Irish Water will present its plans for the Falcarragh Sewerage Scheme in Original Resource Center, Baila Ballina, Ballina Estate, Falcarragh, on Monday next, October 1 from 5.30-7.30pm to Present Plans .

Irish Water is Working to end the Unacceptable Practice of discharging poorly treated Wastewater INTO Ballyness Bay by developing a new Wastewater treatment plant for part of the Falcarragh Sewerage Scheme.

The existing Sewerage works originally fainic Constructed in 1959 and consist of primary treatment Which is Currently only overloaded. This project will be modern Provide Sewerage Scheme for Falcarragh.

The public are Invited to in the afternoon to a meet the project team and learn more about Irish Water's 'important' Plans to progress this project.

A spokesperson for Irish Water said the practice of discharging poorly treated wastewater to Ballyness Bay was "unsustainable."

The spokesperson added: "The new wastewater treatment plant will bring benefits to Falcarragh in terms of health, environment and integrity of the water Improved quality for all. cleaner water will Falcarragh's Amenity Enhance Value and act out a platform for social and economic development.

"The new pipes, pumping station wastewater treatment plant and i have Been member sized to accommodate the Increase in the local population and will facilitate future growth in the area.

"The project will also conduct water fortified ensure quality standards set down by regulatory bodies will be achieved."

The spokesperson said anyone Interested in receiving further Information or in asking questions about this project were Invited to the Original the afternoon.

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