Boil Water Notice Lifted For Parts of North Tipp

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A Boil Water Notice on Roscrea Regional and Shinrone/Brosna Public Water Supplies has been lifted with immediate effect.

Uisce Éireann consulted with the Health Service Executive before making the decision and says customers on these supplies can now resume normal use of the water supply. 

The boil before use notice, was issued on Friday, April 5 due to elevated levels of ammonia in the raw water supply which comes from the Little Brosna River.

An estimated 5900 customers were affected by the boil water notice which has now been lifted.

The notice impacted customers in Roscrea town and surrounds, Glenbeha, Camlin, Scart, Gortmulin, The Sheehys, Derrymore, Racket Hall, Monaincha, Pintown, Irby, Borris and surrounding areas in County Tipperary.

In County Offaly, customers in Cooleeshill, Killavilla, Whitepark, Sheehane, Cloonagh, Shinrone Village, Brosna, Dungar and surrounding areas were also impacted by this Boil Water Notice.The Uisce Éireann Customer Contact Centre which operates 24 hours every day can be contacted by telephoning Freephone 1800 278 278, to answer queries in relation to the lifting of this notice.

Further information is available on www.water.ie.