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IRISH WATER COULD FACE LEGAL ACTION OVER SCOTSTOWN, BALLINODE WATER HARDNESS – COLR BENNETT

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8 Oct 2015 Comments Off on IRISH WATER COULD FACE LEGAL ACTION OVER SCOTSTOWN, BALLINODE WATER HARDNESS – COLR BENNETT

Irish Water could face legal action from householders in the Scotstown and Ballinode areas who have been put to considerable expense replacing domestic appliances because of the hardness of their water supply, Sinn Féin councillor Cathy Bennett told Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council. Colr Bennett successfully proposed, with seconding from her party colleague Pat Treanor, that the Council write to Irish Water asking them to address the hard water situation in the village areas concerned. She argued that a solution to the problem was readily available to the new national utility, ...

IRISH WATER TO INVEST €3.6 MILLION IN MONAGHAN TOWN AND CLONES PROJECTS

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31 Jul 2015 Comments Off on IRISH WATER TO INVEST €3.6 MILLION IN MONAGHAN TOWN AND CLONES PROJECTS

National utility Irish Water have announced details of a €3.6 million investment to replace water mains in Monaghan town and Clones. They say the expenditure will improve the water supply enjoyed by 8,000 customers. Working with Monaghan Co Council, the water utility has carried out an assessment of the water mains in both towns to identify the parts of the network most prone to bursts, with the greatest levels of leakage and where water quality issues are most common. Irish Water say this has allowed them to target pipe replacement on the worst ...

WATER METERING TO COMMENCE IN MONAGHAN

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10 Jan 2015 Comments Off on WATER METERING TO COMMENCE IN MONAGHAN
WATER METERING TO COMMENCE IN MONAGHAN

Irish Water is to start installing water meters in County Monaghan in the coming weeks. Advance notification of at least 14 days will be issued to each householder before meters are installed with information packs outlining the details of the installation process. There are no upfront costs for meters and water charges are due to be introduced in Q1 2015, with the first bills issuing in April 2015. Already over 540,000 water meters have been installed around the country. This is the most ambitious nationwide metering programme of its type ever undertaken, with ...

IRISH WATER SHOULD ADDRESS SCOTSTOWN, BALLINODE ISSUES – COLR BENNETT

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14 Feb 2014 Comments Off on IRISH WATER SHOULD ADDRESS SCOTSTOWN, BALLINODE ISSUES – COLR BENNETT

Sinn Féin member of Monaghan Co Council Cathy Bennett has called for water hardness issues in the Scotstown and Ballinode area to be brought to the attention of the new Irish Water entity. Colr Bennett has raised concerns among residents of the areas concerned about the hardness of their domestic water supply over recent Council meetings, and when the Council met in February she requested that her submissions in this regard be raised with Irish Water. She asked if an appointment could be made with the new body ...