Irish Water issues National Water Conservation Order in a bid to safeguard supply for essential purposes

Irish Water has confirmed that a National Water Conservation Order commonly referred to as a hosepipe ban will be in place from Tuesday 9 June until Tuesday 21 July. Four weeks ago, Irish Water urged the public to choose handwashing over power washing as domestic water usage increased as people stayed at home in response […]

Hosepipe Ban ‘Increasingly Likely’ as Demand for Water Soars and Drought Conditions Prevail

Irish Water has confirmed that it is ‘increasingly likely’ that a Water Conservation Order, more commonly known as a hosepipe ban will have to be put in place following increased demand on water and deteriorating drought conditions. This comes during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, when handwashing and hygiene remain critically important. Two weeks ago, Irish […]

Irish Water urges Tipperary public to choose handwashing over powerwashing as domestic water usage increases by an average of 20% in homes across the country

With people adhering to government advice and staying at home since mid-March in response to the Covid-19 crisis, Irish Water has confirmed that there has been a significant increase in household water usage. New domestic metering data has revealed that households are using an additional 24 litres of water per person per day, a 20% […]

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to safeguard water supplies to customers on the Coalbrook Scheme in Tipperary

Irish Water is working in partnership with Tipperary County Council to repair leaks and safeguard water supply to the Coalbrook Public Water Supply, which serves approximately 1,200 customers in Coalbrook, Ballinastick, Earlshill, Ballincurry, Glengall, Ballingarry and surrounding areas. A number of leaks have been found and repaired in recent weeks, but demand remains high in […]

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to safeguard water supplies to customers on the Commons Scheme in Tipperary

Irish Water is working in partnership with Tipperary County Council to repair leaks and safeguard water supply to the Commons Public Water Supply, which serves approximately 450 customers in Commons village and surrounding areas. A number of leaks have been found and repaired in recent weeks, but demand remains high in the scheme and we […]

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council working to address water supply disruption in Coalbrook area

March 23 2020 – Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are working to address issues which are causing intermittent disruption to supply for some customers supplied from the Coalbrook water supply scheme in the areas of Kilbraugh and Earlshill. Tipperary County Council crews are on site working to resolve the issues. Some works already implemented […]

Irish Water statement on COVID-19 response

The Irish Water Crisis Management Team has been meeting over the past number of weeks to prepare for and deal with any issues arising from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.   Irish Water’s aim is to ensure the safety and well-being of staff and to secure the consistent quality and supply of drinking water and to […]

Boil Water Notice lifted for some customers on the Galtee Regional Water Supply following remedial works

 Irish Water in partnership with Tipperary County Council and following consultation with the HSE has lifted the Boil Water Notice for a population of approximately 40 properties in the Galtee Regional Water Supply between Tipperary Town and Kilfeakle. However, the Boil Water Notice which has been in place since October 31, 2019 remains in place on the […]

Irish Water working to safeguard water supplies in the Clonmel area

Irish Water, in partnership with Tipperary County Council, is committed to providing our customers in the Clonmel area with a safe, secure and reliable supply of water. Clonmel Town and surrounding area is served by a combination of ground and surface water sources, with Water Treatment Plants at Monroe (ground water), Glenary (surface water) and […]

Tipperary communities reminded to Think Before You Flush on World Toilet Day

Clean Coasts, Irish Water and the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) have collaborated to highlight the “Think Before You Flush” campaign on World Toilet Day as they unveil an installation of four toilets with a difference. The toilets will be displayed in Heuston and Connolly stations in Dublin. The collaboration marks the launch […]

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