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#Boil Notice

# boil-notice - Tuesday 31 December, 2019

# boil-notice - Tuesday 5 November, 2019

Boil water notice to remain in place for a number of days in parts of Dublin, Kildare and Meath

The areas impacted are the same as those impacted by a widespread notice a fortnight ago.

# boil-notice - Monday 5 September, 2016

From The Daily Edge A restaurant in Castlebar is making the most of the boil water notice Water Into Wine

A restaurant in Castlebar is making the most of the boil water notice

“Can we get a jug of wine for the table please? Tap wine is fine”.

# boil-notice - Wednesday 1 October, 2014

This Roscommon deli-owner spent €1,000 of his own money to install a clean water system

The owner of Benny’s Deli, on Castlerea’s Main Street, grew tired of constant ‘boil water’ notices in the town and decided to take matters into his own hands.

# boil-notice - Friday 15 August, 2014

1,800 people in Co Clare have been warned not to drink their water

“Algal bloom” at Lake Inchiquin is causing the trouble.

# boil-notice - Friday 17 August, 2012

CLONMEL BOROUGH Council has lifted the boil notice issued earlier this week for Clonmel residents and businesses following concerns that the public water supply had become contaminated. The notice was issued for the Poulavanogue water supply, servicing Clonmel town centre, the Davis Road and Mountain Road area. Following water sample tests and on advice from the HSE, the council says that the boil notice has now been lifted. It apologised for any inconvenience caused by the notice and said that the information line 052 9156160 will remain in operation until 20 August.

# boil-notice - Thursday 16 August, 2012

Drinking water in Clontarf 'reaching safe levels' but warnings still in place

Meanwhile, some Tipperary residents will be boiling their water for another 24 hours after a possible contamination.

# boil-notice - Wednesday 15 August, 2012

Possible contamination leads to water restrictions in Tipperary

Residents of Clonmel have been issued with a boil notice, while certain restrictions are still in place across Dublin as well.

# boil-notice - Monday 13 August, 2012

Dublin water: Boil notice stills stands as disruption enters its second week

And what are Total Coliforms anyway?

# boil-notice - Thursday 9 August, 2012

Dublin water disruption: Tests show 'improvement' in supply

Authorities have released further information on the contamination of water in Clontarf.

# boil-notice - Wednesday 13 June, 2012

One of three water boil notices lifted in Limerick

However, householders in a further two areas are being urged to take precautionary measures.

# boil-notice - Tuesday 29 March, 2011

Health notice issued over Carraroe water contamination

Galway County Council is warning Carraroe residents not to consume tap water after a home heating oil spillage contaminated the supply.

# boil-notice - Monday 10 January, 2011

BOIL NOTICES IN place on water in two Co Limerick areas have been lifted. Limerick County Council have just confirmed that the boil water notices on the Kilmallock and Newcastlewest public water supplies have been removed.

However, a third boil water notice affecting residents and businesses in the Abbeyfeale area remains in place. Further water quality tests on that supply are going ahead.

# boil-notice - Monday 27 December, 2010

Water restrictions in place due to leaking and burst pipes

Consumers asked to limit water use as leaks take toll on reservoir levels.

# boil-notice - Tuesday 21 December, 2010

Boil notice issued for water in Co Limerick

Council says water from the Abbeyfeale Water Scheme must be boiled before consuming, as it may be contaminated.