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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Water Conservation

This year
Weather set to hit peaks of 28 degrees as Uisce Éireann appeals for people to conserve water
There are “no plans” to introduce general water restrictions or hosepipe bans according to Uisce Éireann.
Last year
Poll: Have you reduced your water usage recently?
Europe is grappling with water shortages in baking heat.
More than half of all Irish households admit to wasting water – study
Irish Water commissioned the research as it launches a new tool to help households save water.
All time
Poll: Are you making an effort to conserve water during this heat wave?
Irish Water has appealed to members of the public in numerous counties to reduce their water usage.
People in Dublin asked to conserve water and check for leaks following recent cold snap
Irish Water said there has been a spike in demand in recent days due to sub-zero temperatures.
Irish Water reviewing hosepipe ban after recent heavy rainfall
The ban was due to remain in place until 21 July.
The hosepipe ban kicks in from today - here's what it means
The Greater Dublin Area, Westmeath, Sligo and Tipperary experienced their driest spring on record this year.
How many people said they don't conserve water because of how often it rains in Ireland? It's the week in numbers
Plus: The amount of unfit or illegal meat and food products seized at Irish ports and airports.
Streets washed with canal water, buses washed every third night - how services deal with water restrictions
Irish Water is appealing to the public to conserve water where possible.
Water levels to be dropped in Dublin as temperatures soar
Irish Water has asked the public to conserve water where possible during the hot weather.
This councillor doesn't know who filled out his Irish Water form, but it wasn't him
The Data Protection Commissioner has said that it has received a very small number of queries relating to Irish Water.
If you want €100 off your water bill you better get moving
If you’re planning on paying, that is.
'Got a big Irish Water bill? Alright – now fix that leak'
People are finally talking about ways to flush less drinking water down their toilets. Why? Because that water is going to cost them money.
How to retrofit your house to save water and money
Water charges are coming…so bring on the rain harvesting.
Water butts are flying out the door in Woodie's as sales more than double
The retailer said that customer interest has been on the rise since July.
Opinion: With such a meagre allowance, our new water charges can't be about conservation
Charging us for water that is a basic need, when we have no option or alternative but to use that water, is simply a measure in cost recovery.