The raw water quality within the treatment plant has returned to “normal “ values with the treated water color and turbidity low. This improvement is reflected in the increased UV Intensity and the stabilization in the chlorine usage at the treatment plant. The taste issues noted on the network are likely as a result of
We wish to remind our members that a reduction in water pressure may be experienced in some areas when the line is been scoured but we will endeavor to keep the disruption to a minimum. We continue to advise vulnerable users such as the elderly, very young, or those with a weak immune system to
Test results taken by both Glan Agua and the Kiltiernan Group water scheme are coming back and the results to date are very positive. We are still waiting on further test results and a scouring regiment to flush the line will be conducted over the next week. During this period we would continue to
Galway County Council, Glan Agua and the environmental health section of the HSA are working with us in addressing the water turbidity issues we are currently experiencing. We will update this website when we have additional updates.
The Connaught Telegram reported today, 28th April 2021 the following article and I would like all our members to consider the consequences and implications of no fresh applicants for committee level participation. Please contact the scheme if you would like additional information. GROUP water schemes in Mayo are being encouraged to take steps to have
For Teagasc Water Quality Week, visit https://www.teagasc.ie/environment/water-quality/water-quality-week/ Teagasc, in collaboration with the Dairy Processing Co-Ops and the Local Authority Waters Programme (LAWPRO), are running a Water Quality Week from Monday 22nd March to Friday 26th March 2021. The purpose of the week is to provide water quality focused information and advice to farmers to help