Irish Water, in partnership with Tipperary County Council, has lifted the Boil Water Notice for approximately 70 properties in the Galtee Regional Water Supply between Golden and Thomastown. This follows consultation with the HSE and receipt of satisfactory monitoring results.
However, the Boil Water Notice remains in place on the remaining section of water mains from Thomastown to Kilfeacle pending the completion of further planned works and receipt of satisfactory monitoring results.
It has been possible to lift the restriction in this specific area following the completion of remedial works, including the installation of chlorine booster pumps and valves.
Confirmation of the removal of the Boil Water Notice is being issued to customers in the affected areas. The lifting notice only applies to consumers in receipt of this notice.
Duane O’Brien, Irish Water’s operations lead for Co Tipperary, says: “We are pleased to be in a position to lift the notice for a further 70 properties between Golden and Thomastown. However, it is important to stress that the Boil Water Notice remains in place for properties between Kilfeakle and Thomastown.