July 25, 2017, 1:04 p.m.
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Irish Water has issued guidance on where and when water tankers and stand pipes will be operating in the Louth/east Meath areas during the current water crisis.
According to the utility, areas in Drogheda are receiving a “rolling water supply” to ensure that at some stage households will find their water supply restored, if only for a few hours, over the coming days.
In addition some 33 tankers are filling reservoirs and 86 stationary water containers for distribution to locals.
Louth County Council is also organising 8,000, five and 10 litre foldable water containers are being delivered to Louth County Council and Meath County Council for distribution to the public.
Further water tankers and stationary water containers are being sourced to supplement demand.
Irish Water said it is liaising with Northern Ireland Water and local authorities across the country to provide water tankers and service to Our Lady of Lourdes hospital in Drogheda has been prioritised.
The supply to the hospital also includes Drogheda’s commercial centre, taking in the Mell area, Donore Road, Marley’s Lane, Cement Road, Ballsgrove, Marian Park, Crosslanes, and some adjoining estates in the vicinity of these locations.
All hospitals, nursing homes and other residential centres for vulnerable users have contingency water supply arrangements in place, and will receive a water supply throughout the day.
In Louth the temporary water stations are located at: * Stameen on the Dublin Road * Termonabbey * Marley’s Lane * Bothar Brugha or Hardman’s Gardens * Ballsgrove shops * Shop Street North Quay * ClogherHead - outside the amusements on Main Street * Collon side of St Joseph’s Church Lower Mell * Right hand side of entrance to Marley’s Court, Marley’s Lane * Drogheda Retail Park, Donore Road near Costa Coffee * Termonfeckin outside the national school * Manley construction site, Avourwen Meadows, Plantin Road * Baltray at the 19th Pub
Under the rotation plan the following areas will be supplied with water from 6.00pm until 9.00pm on Tuesday:
* Marley’s Lane * Rathmullan * Rathmullan Road * Loughboy/Mell * Ballymackenny Road * Highlands
The following areas will be supplied with water from 9.00pm to midnight on Tuesday as part of the rotation plan:
* Boyne Meadow * Laurences Park * Moneymore *Clogherhead/Termonfeckin
The majority of Clogherhead area and the Clogherhead side of Termonfeckin will have some mains supply throughout the day. The reservoir at Castlecoohill is currently receiving water with the assistance of Ballymakenny Group Water Scheme and is being topped up by a number of tankers. This is being reviewed during the day and this situation may improve.
East Meath
The following locations have temporary tanks in place and are being replenished:
* Duleek: 3 (Church); 2 (St Cianan’s Villas); 1 (Industrial Estate - Fire Service) * Knockcommon/Rathdrinagh: 1 (National School) * Rossnaree: 1 (Church)) * Ashbourne: 2 (Race hill) * Donore: 1 (Church) * Lagavoreen: 1 (Entrance to housing estate) * Grange Rath: 2 (Entrance to housing estate) * Ratoath: 2 (National School Fairyhouse Road); 2 (St Paul’s School); (Nursing home town centre) * Stamullen: 2 (Church) * Clonalvey: 1 (Church) * Ardcath: 1 (Church) * Kilmoon: 1 (Snailbox carpark) * Curragha: 1 (Church) * Skryne: 1 (GAA pitch) * Kentstown: 1 (Londis carpark) * Ashbourne Town: 1 (Community centre); 1 (Retail park); 1 (Supervalu carpark) * Bettystown : 1 (Tesco carpark) * Donecarney : 1 (Church) * Colaiste Na Hinse Secondary School : 1 * Mornington: 1 (Harry’s shop) * Kilbride: 2 (Church) * Drogheda: Deepforde housing estate Customers must bring their own containers to avail of the water and are advised that water must be boiled before consumption as a precaution.
Details on the locations will be available at water.ie and on Twitter @IWCare and on Louth and Meath county council websites.
Customers can also contact customer care helpline 24/7 on 1850 278 278 or visit www.water.ie for further updates.