Ballindaggin Boil Water Notice is lifted…after 12 weeks!

By Dan Walsh Following consultation with the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Wexford County Council the boil water notice issued on the Ballindaggin Public Water Supply Scheme on March 9th last has been lifted with immediate effect. Customers have been notified following the completion of remedial works on this supply and receipt of satisfactoryContinue reading “Ballindaggin Boil Water Notice is lifted…after 12 weeks!”

Water mains improvements in Enniscorthy

By Dan Walsh Irish Water, working in partnership with Wexford County Council, is replacing ageing backyard water mains and providing new service connections for customers in St. John’s Villas in Enniscorthy. The project, which commences this week, involves the replacement of water connections, typically made of iron or lead, that were installed in the backContinue reading “Water mains improvements in Enniscorthy”

Putting the environment first!

By Dan Walsh Four exceedances for pesticides were detected in the public drinking water supplies in Clonroche, Ferns Regional and South Regional public water supplies in 2021. These were detected as part of Irish Water’s public water supply monitoring programme.  The Clonroche water supply abstracts raw water boreholes in the vicinity of Clonroche, The Ferns RegionalContinue reading “Putting the environment first!”

Wexford water notice is lifted

By Dan Walsh Irish Water working in partnership with Wexford County Council has notified consumers that following the completion of remedial works on this supply and receipt of satisfactory monitoring results, the boil water notice which has been in place for the Wexford Town Public Water Scheme since March 11th is now lifted with immediateContinue reading “Wexford water notice is lifted”

Taghmon area added to Boil Water Notice

By Dan Walsh The Boil Water Notice issued for Wexford Town Public Water Supply remains in place and has also been extended to include the Taghmon area due to necessary changes that will ensure a continued water supply to the area.  Irish Water and Wexford County Council are continuing to assess the situation with aContinue reading “Taghmon area added to Boil Water Notice”

Wexford Boil Water Notice remains in place

By Dan Walsh Irish Water and Wexford County Council stated this evening (Monday) they wished to jointly remind customers supplied by the Wexford Town Public Water Supply, that the Boil Water Notice issued on Friday due to high turbidity remains in place.  Ronan Walsh, Water Operations Lead for Irish Water said; “Our number one priorityContinue reading “Wexford Boil Water Notice remains in place”

BOIL WATER NOTICE for Wexford town

Following consultation with the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Wexford County Council have issued a Boil Water Notice for the area supplied by the Wexford Town Public Water Supply to protect approximately 20,000 people due to high turbidity. The areas affected include all customers supplied by Wexford Town Public Water Supply. Turbidity is aContinue reading “BOIL WATER NOTICE for Wexford town”

BREAKING NEWS; Boil Water Notice issued for Ballindaggin

By Dan Walsh Heavy rainfall today has led to the deterioration in water quality at the water treatment plant in Ballindaggin and, consequently, Irish Water working in partnership with Wexford County Council and having consulted with the Health Service Executive, and a Boil Water Notice is being issue with immediate effect to protect the healthContinue reading “BREAKING NEWS; Boil Water Notice issued for Ballindaggin”

Anna from Ferns recommends engineering

Anna Brosnan always loved Maths and Science. She attributes her love of Maths to a teacher she had in Coláiste Bríde in Enniscorthy, Sister Ella McGuinness. While she went to an all-girls’ school, engineering was not typically a career that students were encouraged to consider, but Anna said her Maths and Science teachers really broughtContinue reading “Anna from Ferns recommends engineering”

Improved water supply for Enniscorthy

By Dan Walsh Wexford County Council’s direct labour crew has recently completed works in Enniscorthy to improve water supply in the town. Works began in October 2021 to replace 1.5km of problematic mains in Rectory Road, St Senan’s Road and Templeshannon in the town. New service connections were made for more than 70 residential properties,Continue reading “Improved water supply for Enniscorthy”