Irish Water issues 3,000 warnings to firms since taking over from councils

The collection of business water charges used to be carried out by 31 separate county and city councils, but this was handed over to Irish Water in 2017

13th January, 2019

Irish Water has issued over 3,000 warnings to businesses that it is going to cut off their water supply since it took over the service. The collection of business water charges used to be carried out by 31 separate county and city councils, but this was handed over to Irish Water in 2017.

The utility said it had issued 3,355 water disconnection warnings to businesses since then. Most of the businesses did not have their water cut off...

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