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04/05/2021

Farran's Construction To Replace Water Mains In Bundoran

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Farran's Construction has been appointed to replace problematic water mains in Bundoran, Donegal.

The water mains are prone to frequent leakage and bursts causing supply disruptions and water quality issues for customers in the area. The old mains are being replaced with new high density polyethylene (plastic) pipes.

The works are planned to commence in early May and will be completed in June 2021. Once completed customers in this area will enjoy improved water supply with less disruption and improved water quality.

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Declan Cawley, Irish Water said: "This mains replacement work is part of a significant investment by Irish Water to upgrade the water network in Bundoran. We are delighted to bring a more secure and reliable water supply to the local community. Replacing these old, problematic water mains will reduce the instances of bursts, water outages and amount of clean drinking water lost to leakage. The installation of the new water mains will also help conserve this precious resource and improve levels of services for homes and businesses in the area. We would like to thank customers in advance for their cooperation and patience while we complete this essential job."

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