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# Water

Last month
April 2024
Irish language group says it won't pay €6,686 water bill over English language correspondence
Celbridge households more than a week into water disruption after burst main
This year
European Commission issues warning to Ireland over pumping waste water into sensitive areas
Ireland found guilty of failing to ensure safe drinking water by EU court
Public being urged to report leaks as rapid thaw expected with milder weather over weekend
Last year
Over half of Ireland's waste water discharges still aren't meeting EU standards
EPA says 'urgent action' is needed to improve quality of drinking water from private supplies
Uisce Éireann donates treatment plant to Ukraine that can supply water for 6,200 people daily
Nearly 500,000 people receive drinking water from 'at-risk' public supplies
Department of Agriculture pressured EPA not to release list of farms pumping from rivers
Debunked: WEF hasn’t declared ‘water is not a human right’ or ordered governments to ration it
Extract: 'There is a legend that all the Irish rivers were created by a single hailstorm'
Richard Nairn
Burst mains may cause low water pressure or outages in north Dublin
Water cut off for 350,000 in north Dublin today as new pipeline comes on stream
Water to be disrupted for 350,000 in north Dublin on Sunday as new pipeline is hooked up
All time
Eight glasses of water per day may be too much, scientists conclude
Water outages in north Dublin expected to continue until this evening
Irish Water investigates reports of 'earthy' drinking water in Dublin and Wicklow
Mississippi declares emergency for state capital as 180k without drinking water
West Cork hosepipe ban comes into effect for four weeks
Concerns raised about length of boil water notices and customer complaints at Irish Water
Irish Water reminds people to conserve water as hot spell continues and supply runs low
Poll: Have you reduced your water usage recently?
More than half of all Irish households admit to wasting water – study
One in twenty private water supplies were contaminated with E. coli in 2020, EPA says
Over 40,000 people affected by boil water notice in Wexford
Poll: Are you making an effort to conserve water during this heat wave?
Urgent appeals for water conservation made in several counties
Irish Water to introduce water restrictions in parts of Dublin following high demand
Taoiseach: 'Water charges will not be coming back'
People in Dublin asked to conserve water and check for leaks ahead of sub-zero temperatures
People in Dublin asked to conserve water and check for leaks following recent cold snap
'Low levels' of natural substance caused strange taste and smell in Dublin drinking water last month
Irish Water investigating reports that drinking water in parts of Dublin has a strange taste or smell
Irish Water to lift hosepipe ban at 5pm this evening following recent heavy rainfall
Irish Water reviewing hosepipe ban after recent heavy rainfall
Poll: Have you reduced the amount of water you use on a daily basis?
Did your local beach get a Blue Flag this year? The list has been announced
Poll: Have you curbed your water use after the hosepipe ban warnings?
People told to not leave tap running or flush wipes down the toilet amid Covid-19 crisis