Boil Water Notice lifted for Toomevara Area with immediate effect

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council wish to notify customers that following the completion of remedial measures, and after consulting with the HSE, the Boil Water Notice that was in place on the Tooomevara area of the Nenagh PWS is now lifted with immediate effect. All consumers in the Toomevara Area on the Nenagh Public […]

Tipperary public reminded to continue to conserve water as temperatures soar

Irish Water is asking people in Tipperary to continue to be mindful of their water usage in the coming weeks as increased demand during the warmer weather and lower-than-average rainfall levels have caused levels to drop in local water sources. Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are closely monitoring water levels in a number of […]

Boil Water Notice issued for Newport Public Water Supply with immediate effect to protect the health of customers

Issued Sunday, June 12 2022 – Following consultation with the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Tipperary County Council have issued a Boil Water Notice for the area supplied by the Newport Public Water Supply to protect public health. The population impacted by this notice is approximately 7,321 people. This notice is being issued because […]

Reminder: Irish Water holds public webinars and seeks feedback on its draft Regional Water Resources Plan for the Eastern and Midlands Region

Irish Water’s statutory public consultation on its draft Regional Water Resources Plan for the Eastern and Midlands (RWRP-EM) Region will continue to run until 14 March 2022. The three-month public consultation began on 14 December 2021 and sets out the options for providing a more secure, reliable and sustainable water supply for 2.5 million customers […]

Vulnerability of Ireland’s drinking water supplies must be urgently addressed by Irish Water, says EPA

The quality of drinking water from public supplies is high, with over 99.7% of samples compliant with bacterial and chemical limits. At the end of 2020, 46 vulnerable water supplies – serving 1 million people – required significant works, with over half experiencing delays. Over 15,500 people were on boil water notices for longer than […]

This Halloween Clean Coasts and Irish Water remind people to never flush wet wipes down the toilet as they might come back to haunt you!

The Think Before You Flush Campaign, operated by Clean Coasts in partnership with Irish Water, is urging people to stop flushing wipes down the toilet. In doing so, everyone will help combat frightening fatbergs, wastewater blockages and scary sewage related litter on our beaches this Halloween. Afterall, there is nothing spookier than waste that comes […]

Irish Water responding to supply issues on the Glengar Public Water Supply Scheme

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are responding to supply issues on the Glengar Public Water Supply Scheme in County Tipperary today. In recent days, reduced availability of water has resulted in water demand now exceeding the supply available. Our caretakers and plant operators have been taking every measure to maximise supply available, as well […]

Tipperary public urged to conserve water during busy staycation season to avoid water shortages

As the Irish staycation season is set to enter its busiest period over July and August, Irish Water in partnership with Tipperary County Council is urging the public to conserve water to ensure a consistent supply for all during this busy time. Irish Water is predicting an increase in domestic and commercial demand for water […]

Irish Water carrying out works to safeguard water supplies to customers in the Coalbrook area

Irish Water is working in partnership with Tipperary County Council to 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. There have been a number of disruptions to the supply in recent weeks due to a drop in water levels […]

Irish Water is working to deliver safer, more secure water supply to Ardfinnan

Irish Water, in partnership with Tipperary County Council, is replacing problematic water mains in Ardfinnan, Co Tipperary, to safeguard the local water supply, reduce high levels of leakage and improve water quality. The works, which are due to get underway on Monday, March 22, involve replacing 1.2km of old water mains with new pipes, removal […]

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