Water Disruption Update (Tuesday 7th August 2012)

(Area From the Howth Road to Castle Avenue and from the Howth Rd at Collins Avenue to Clontarf Rd)

 The water sampling test results completed to date were indicator results and indicate a possible presence of bacteria.

All the water sampling tests completed to date by both the HSE and Dublin City Council’s Central Laboratory have confirmed that there is no presence of e-coli or metals such as lead in any of the samples.

Additional testing was carried out yesterday (Monday 6/8/2012) and results will be available from these this afternoon.

As a precaution, Dublin City Council in conjunction with the HSE advise residents and businesses in the following areas not to use their water supply for drinking or cooking purposes until further notice:

From the Howth Road to Castle Avenue and from the Howth Rd at Collins Avenue to Clontarf Rd.

Dublin City Council have already mobilized water tankers in the area. They will be located at the locations below until 9.00pm tonight and from 6.ooam tomorrow morning  (Wednesday)

Castle Avenue at Kincora Avenue

St Lawrence Road at the Howth Road

Dublin City Council apologises to our customers for any inconvenience and to thank them for their patience and cooperation.

Click here to see a map of the affected areas (PDF 582kb)

The areas affected are located within the purple boundary on the map

The streets affected by this notice are listed below:

  • Howth Road from Hollybrook Park to Collins Ave
  • Hollybrook Park
  • Hollybrook Road
  • Lawrence Grove
  • St Lawrence Road
  • The Stiles Road
  • The Stiles Court
  • Victoria Road
  • Haddon Road
  • Castle Avenue from Clontarf Road to Kincora Avenue
  • Castle Road
  • Kincora Drive
  • Kincora Grove
  • Castle Grove
  • Dunseverick Road
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