Water News

Briarhill Residents and Businesses to Enjoy Improved Water Supply and Pressure

  • Tue 8 May, 2018
  • Water News
Mains replacement project will begin this week. Irish Water, working in partnership with Galway City Council, will commence works in the Briarhill area of Galway City this week to improve water supply, water pressure and reduce leakage to benefit local residents, businesses and visitors to the city. These water mains renewal works involve the decommissioning and replacement of over 650 metres of old and damaged asbestos concrete pipes with...

Irish Water is investing €10 million to replace 19kms of old water mains across Galway City

  • Thu 26 Apr, 2018
  • Water News
The new water mains will mean less leaks, less interruptions and better water pressure for customers.Irish Water working in partnership with Galway City Council is investing €10 million to replace 19 kilometres of ageing water mains throughout Galway City. These mains have been prone to leakage and bursts resulting in outages and reduced water pressure at times. It is estimated that up to 50 per cent of treated water running through...

Draft River Basin Plan: Closing Date for submissions 31 August 2017

  • Thu 13 Jul, 2017
  • Water News
The following link from the department provides the different ways that submissions can be made.

Water Services for Business - Important Information

  • Wed 3 May, 2017
  • Water News
Irish Water is responsible for providing water and wastewater services to businesses and homes throughout Ireland, including:

Water and Wastewater Connections

  • Tue 29 Nov, 2016
  • Water News
Irish Water is the contact point for all water and wastewater connections from the 8th of December, 2016. Please note that existing Galway City Council application forms will no longer be accepted by IW or Galway City Council after this date.