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# Uisce Éireann

Last month
April 2024
Irish Water admits 'not meeting standards' after reports of orange liquid pouring from taps
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
Uisce Éireann: North Dublin customers may get low water pressure due to burst main
This year
EPA says water is safe to drink in supplies affected by elevated levels of toxic chemicals
IFI welcomes fine imposed on Irish Water for chemical discharges that killed 2,000 fish
European Commission issues warning to Ireland over pumping waste water into sensitive areas
Uisce Éireann announces 700 new jobs, including roles in science, engineering and IT
Water demand in Greater Dublin hits ‘unprecedented’ high of over 630 million litres per day
Public being urged to report leaks as rapid thaw expected with milder weather over weekend
Uisce Éireann pleads guilty to two water pollution charges over north Clare ‘fish kill'
'Slaughtering the Liffey': The long battle to monitor Ireland's largest water treatment plant
Due to a quirk in planning regulations, the only agency providing oversight for discharges from the plant in Ballymore Eustace is Kildare County Council.
Last year
Country's largest drinking water treatment plant breached regulations several times in 2023
The regulator of the Uisce Éireann facility in Ballymore Eustace found there were non-compliant concentrations of chemicals discharging into the Liffey.
The plant supplies water to approximately 50% of the Dublin population
Kildare County Council continues to wait for a report into how Uisce Éireann intends to resolve highlighted issues
The company was prosecuted last summer for water pollution offences related to discharge from the plant
Hundreds of homes in South Dublin without water as crews fix burst pipe
Water supply returning to North County Dublin homes after water main burst caused major outage
Over half of Ireland's waste water discharges still aren't meeting EU standards
Uisce Éireann fined over €7,000 for fish kill in Cavan
Uisce Éireann donates treatment plant to Ukraine that can supply water for 6,200 people daily
Weather set to hit peaks of 28 degrees as Uisce Éireann appeals for people to conserve water
Nearly 500,000 people receive drinking water from 'at-risk' public supplies
Uisce Éireann fined €5,000 for pollution that killed fish in the River Liffey
Uisce Éireann launches public consultation on development plan for the south east
Uisce Éireann reports operating profits of €252 million for 2022
Siptu water services strike called off
Local authorities are not prepared for strikes by water and firefighting workers, Siptu warns
Irish Water repair burst pipe that caused major water outages in Dublin yesterday
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
Irish Water "all over the place" with security deposit advice
This Irish college has been getting fierce hassle because of Irish Water
The most painfully ironic photo of an Irish Water van you'll see today
Today's the day Irish Water take over the network
Homeowners to foot the bill for water used during construction works
How much will you pay for water? You'll be told 'in good time' says Enda Kenny
We'll find out how much we have to pay for water in August - and some of us could pay less
Irish Water says it 'always anticipated' leaks
Dublin councils are owed €32 million in water charges
There are 29 Irish Water staff earning over €100,000
Rabbitte: "There is no bonus culture in Bord Gáis - and won't be in Irish Water"