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Limerick City to update water mains


Irish Water will invest €6.5 million in Limerick City’s water mains to reduce leakage, improve customer service and supply, and increase health measures. The utility outlines that the works will save the city 11 million litres of water per week. Over 11 kilometres of water mains will be replaced, 13.4 kilometres of problematic shared lead service pipes will be decommissioned and nearly 2,000 customer service connections around the city will be replaced. The shared services have been a health concern as lead has been slowly absorbed into the water supply with the potential to increase levels above safe limits.

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