Irish Water to lift out ‘essential’ repairs and upkeep in Swords
September 18, 2018 - Essential Water
Irish Water have pronounced that “essential” repairs and upkeep are set to take place in Swords over a entrance days.
The work is being undertaken on a Swords Waste Water Treatment Plant and commenced today, Sep 17.
They are approaching to take a few days, and will impact on a smell in a atmosphere in areas such as Seatown and Balheary Park.
Fingal County Council said: “Essential repairs and upkeep to some automatic elements within a Swords Waste Water Treatment Plant are designed to be carried out over a entrance days, starting on Monday 17 September.
“These works are essential to safeguard an effective diagnosis routine within a plant. Due to a inlet of these works there might be few odour issues in a closeness of a plant for a dual week generation of a works.
“Irish Water and Fingal County Council are operative to lessen a emanate as distant as possible.
“Any nuisance outset from this work is regretted, though greatfully be positive that a work is essential for a correct upkeep of these open facilities.
“Fingal County Council and Irish Water appreciate we in allege for your team-work on this matter.”
Anyone with concerns is asked to hit Irish Water on 1890 278 278 or 01-707 2828 or by visiting www.water.ie.