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Irish Water says some customers in Sligo town may be experiencing water disruptions due to works taking place as part of the Sligo water mains rehabilitation project. The works started at 8pm last night and are continuing until 8pm tonight. The areas affected are Molloway Hill, Molloway Park, Molloway Place,…

Irish Water says it expects works to be completed this afternoon on a burst pipe in the Banada area of south Sligo. The repairs are ongoing and supply may be disrupted in the areas of Cloonraver, Dawros, Curraghboy, Banada Bridge, the Border Collie Pub, Curraghbunaun, Cloonagh and surrounding areas. Meanwhile,…

Almost 50 wastewater treatment plans across Donegal, Sligo and Leitrim, are part of a new €2.7m monitoring and sampling project. The aim of the project is to give better protection to river and coastal waters by improving the workings of treatment plants as well as enabling quicker reaction to events…

Irish Water say they will continue to work with Sligo County Council in operating and desludging the existing sewerage treatment plant in Grange. The plant has become the focus of much attention again in recent days due to a foul smell coming from the system following the recent warm weather.…

A Donegal-based minister is welcoming what he says is a commitment from Irish Water to invest €143m across the water network in the county, including schemes in the south of the county. It includes €73m in water works and €70m in sewerage schemes. Fine Gael’s Joe McHugh was commenting following…

Irish Water says works on the Sligo City Water Main Rehabilitation and Pearse Road Sewer Network Project is expected to be completed by May 2018. The projects involve the replacement and rehabilitation of ageing water mains, installation of new sewers and replacement of all service connections and is funded by…