Clontarf water gets all-clear from council

Dublin City Council said it had resolved fully the recent local problem with water quality in Clontarf, on the north side of the city.

16th August, 2012

Dublin City Council said it had resolved fully the recent local problem with water quality in Clontarf, on the north side of the city.

The problem affected 1,400 consumers.

In consultation with the Health Services Executive, Dublin City Council said the drinking water supply "is now fit for human consumption and there are no public health issues".

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