Water Supply Outages & Low Pressure Water Supply Set To Effect Almost 45,000 Residents


Almost 45,000 residents are impacted by low pressure water supply or outages across South and West Tipperary.

These have been caused by operational issues at a number of water treatment plants with work not starting until tomorrow Saturday due to industrial strike action.

Residents on the Ardfinnan Regional Public Water Supply, Galtee Regional Public Water Supply and Glenary (Clonmel) Public Water Supply Scheme, Carrick on Suir (Linguan) Public Water Supply Scheme

 To support impacted customers, Uisce Éireann has arranged the delivery of an alternative water supply with drinking water to the following locations which will remain in place until water is returned all customers:

  • Mount Bruis National School 
  • Cullen Village
  • Lisvernane Village 
  • New Inn 
  • Rosegreen Village 
  • Rossidrehid Village 
  • Monard Village 
  • Bansha Village 
  • Emly Village 
  • Lattin Village 
  • Tesco Car Park, Cashel 
  • Dominic Street, Cashel 
  • Castle Green Avenue, Cashel 
  • Dean Ryan Terrace, Cashel 
  • Oliver Plunkett Terrace, Cashel
  • Ardfinnan
  • Newcastle
  • Clogheen
  • Knocklofty
  • Grange
  • Goatenbridge
  • Carrick in Suir – Ash Park, Creg Lawn, St. John’s Terrace, Stand Lane and Carrigbeg Estate. 

Our priority remains the protection of public health and the environment through the delivery of safe, secure and sustainable water services where possible during this dispute, and we will do everything within our power to maintain safe water services. 

 Uisce Éireann’s Regional Operations Manager Jim Fitzgerald said: “This dispute is not with Uisce Éireann and is outside our control. However, it will regrettably impact Uisce Éireann customers. We have stood up our incident management team and are working closely with management in the local authorities to ensure that contingency plans are in place to minimise and manage disruptions to water and wastewater services. 

On the dispute Jim said: “We would urge Unite to use the recognised dispute resolution mechanisms to resolve this issue and to engage with the relevant representative bodies. While industrial action is a right, we again call on Unite to comply with the codes of practice that ensure essential services are maintained for homes, hospitals and businesses.”