Water Situation Improves In County Limerick

From: Dunphy PR
Published: Fri Jan 15 2010

Water has been fully restored to most parts of the County, although isolated individual housing estates and areas are continuing to experience low water pressure. The local authority has warned that reduced water pressure and occasional shut-offs of water supplies can be expected at various locations throughout the County in the coming days.

Donal Brennan, Senior Engineer, Limerick County Council commented: "Over the coming weeks, the Council will continue to tackle remaining bursts and leaks in order to minimise wastage of water. The repair of bursts will require short term water outages in the vicinity of the repair. Water levels in service/distribution reservoirs remain low and consumers are requested to continue to conserve water".

Further information is available from Limerick County Councilís website www.lcc.ie.


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