Traffic delays at Ferns roundabout

By Dan Walsh Irish Water working in partnership with Wexford County Council are attending to emergency works to the damaged sewer on the R772 at Ferns Village Roundabout where work will continue until Wednesday, September 16th, 9.30am to 6.30pm. The public are informed that significant traffic delays is likely so motorists are advised to plan theirContinue reading “Traffic delays at Ferns roundabout”

1,000s of litres of water saved in Enniscorthy

By Dan Walsh Working in partnership with Wexford County Council, Irish Water’s Leakage Reduction Programme Find and Fix Scheme was stepped up in Enniscorthy in late June in a bid to tackle leakage levels around the town. The programme has been a huge success and has resulted in the saving of thousands of litres ofContinue reading “1,000s of litres of water saved in Enniscorthy”

Councillors angry at Irish Water!

By Dan Walsh Moderate contempt for Irish Water is frequently aired at district meetings, but claims that Irish Water is neglecting rural Wexford was alleged by a number of speakers at yesterday’s (Wednesday) Special Meeting of Wexford County Council held at White’s Hotel, Wexford, under strict Covid-19 pandemic guidelines. The criticism comes in the perceptionContinue reading “Councillors angry at Irish Water!”

Wexford areas facing potential drought

By Dan Walsh A few water schemes in rural Wexford are facing potential drought due to high demand with two plants at Taylorstown in the south and Creagh in the north of the county causing most concern and the situation is unlikely to change in the short term. Brian O’Leary from Irish Water says, “UnfortunatelyContinue reading “Wexford areas facing potential drought”