Wastewater

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The beach at Shelley Banks, beside Ringsend wastewater treatment plant, covered by a blanket of noxious material. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/ The Irish Times

Foul smelling organic material on a beach next to Dublin’s wastewater treatments works is rotting seaweed and not sewage, according to Dublin City Cou(...)

Irish Water is carrying out essential cleaning works at the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant in Dublin over the coming days ‘to deal with current odour issues’ and to reduce risk of odours arising over the summer months. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Irish Water is carrying out essential cleaning works at the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant in Dublin over the coming days “to deal with current o(...)

An aerial photograph taken at Poolbeg, Dublin,  shows  a large discharge was continuing at 5.45pm on Sunday  evening.  Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy/ DublinCityShots

A failure at one of the large processing tanks at Ringsend wastewater treatment plant occurred at the weekend, and caused a discharge of sewage sludge(...)

Irish Water managing director Jerry Grant: ‘[The project] is vital for future social and economic development in Dublin’

Irish Water is commencing work on an €80 million upgrade to Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant with a view to increasing its capacity to cater for th(...)

Irish Water said it is working to upgrade existing wastewater treatment plants and provide new facilities where necessary to meet the needs of the capital’s growing population.

Irish Water has announced its “preferred site” for a large storage facility for treated sewage sludge, at Newtown/Kilshane, Co Dublin. The new facil(...)