31 March 2023

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Boil Water Notice issued for 1,000 customers Loughrea Town

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Boil Water Notice issued for 1,000 customers Loughrea Town

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Irish Water has issued a Boil Water notice for around 1,000 customers in Loughrea Town.

It’s due to the detection of low chlorine residuals and elevated levels of iron in the public water supply.

A map of the affected area is available on water.ie.

It includes customers in the following areas: Castle Street, Church Street, King Street, Kelly Street, Piggott Street, Moore Street, Dolphin Street, Mount Carmel Crescent, Athenry Road, Liam Mellows Terrace, Cross Street, Old Galway Road (Westbridge Junction to Coys Boreen Junction), Woodford Road (Barrack Street/Cross Street Junction southwards to St. Brendan’s Day Care Centre, Bride Street and The Hill (Main Street/Station Road Junction to Garrybreedia), Caheronaun (Junction of Caheronaun Road/Bride Street to Caheronaun Park), Abbey Street, Gallows Hill, Cosmona (Junction of Dolphin Street/Abbey Street to Old Cosmona via Gallows Hill).

Irish Water is working closely with Galway County Council to lift the Boil Water Notice as soon as possible.

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