Boyle Ardcarne Boil Water notice removed

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Irish Water and Roscommon County Council wish to notify consumers, following advice from the Health Service Executive, they are now in a position to remove the boil water notice from the Boyle/ Ardcarne Water supply with immediate effect.

Irish Water and Roscommon County Council wish to notify consumers, following advice from the Health Service Executive, they are now in a position to remove the boil water notice from the Boyle/ Ardcarne Water supply with immediate effect.

Irish Water do advise that everyone, except those with impaired immune systems, can now resume normal use of the water supply for drinking, food preparation and brushing of teeth.

Persons with impaired immunity are advised to consult their GP before resuming normal use of the water supply.

Irish Water and the Local Authority/Health Service Executive Water Liaison Group will continue to meet and will review ongoing process control, monitoring and testing of the drinking water supply.

The boil notice had been issued to the Boyle/ Ardcarne Water Supply in May 2013.

Irish Water and Roscommon County Council acknowledge the patience, cooperation and assistance of the general public during the period of the boil water notice and greatly regret any inconvenience caused to householders and the business community.

Areas that were affected: Boyle town and surrounds including Killaraght, Rockingham, Knockvicar, Cootehall, Tarmon Road, Kiltycreighton, Crossna, Derrycashel, Moigh, Carrigeenroe, Battlebridge and Ardcarne and semi private group water schemes served by the Boyle Ardcarne Scheme.

The Irish Water Customer Contact Centre (1890 278 278) is available to answer customer queries in relation to this water notice. Further information is available on the www.water.ie

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Irish Water in conjunction with Donegal County Council, will shortly begin construction on a new Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) for Bundoran. Bundoran has no treatment plant at the moment and untreated wastewater is currently being discharged into the sea at Bundoran Bay. Approximately, €9M will be spent on the WWTP.