List of tanker locations: Artane Castle, Shopping Centre (Off Skellys lane), Coolock. Sports ground, off Middle Third & near Abbeyfield, Killester. Northside Shopping Centre, Oscar Traynor Rd Shopping Centre, Off Lorcan Ave.
Dear Councillor, The water supply situation deteriorated further last night: 27th December 2010 – Production 554.2Mld Demand – 624.7Mld This represents a loss of over 70Mld. Storage at Stillorgan is now down to 551.5Mld. It must be remembered the lowest we have ever gone in Stillorgan has been around 400MLd and in effect that is […]
City Council tankers were sterilized yesterday in preparation for assisting in the most affected areas today. A tanker is already being deployed to the Middle Third in Killester and City Council are in the process of deploying a tanker to Artane Castle.
Merrion Gates System – pressure reductions with possible loss of water Eastern seaboard including Ringsend, Eastwall, Fairview, Clontarf, Dollymount, Killester, Artane, Raheny and surrounds. Homefarm Road System – None Griffith Avenue to Coolock Lane, east of Swords Road including Beaumont, Collinswood and surrounds. Rathlin System – Shut 6pm to 9am Glasnevin, Drumcondra, Phibsboro, Whitehall, Marino […]
The water situation in Dublin over the past three nights has been as follow: 24th December 2010: Production: 550Mld – Demand: 570Mld 25th December 2010: Production 548Mld – Demand: 548Mld 26th December 2010: Production 550Mld – Demand: 609Mld Storage at Stillorgan is now down to 603Mld. The rapid thaw has had a a very bad effect on supply. We are mobilising the […]
Receiving reports of very poor to non-existent water pressure in Killester (Dunluce. Furry Park and Middle Third thus far…) this morning. Reported problems to City Council and spoke to City Council management: (1) Speed of thaw has caused a huge upsurge in demand for water – extra 60 million litres gone out of the sytem […]
As the inevitable thaw sets in it is important to report water leaks ASAP to City Council Water Services so that they can be dealt with immediately. Contact details are as follows: Dublin City Council, Water Services Division: 01-2220600 Emergency Number: 01-6796186 (outside office hours only) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Councillor, The water situation as reported this morning was production at 547Mld and demand at 558Mld. This was a continuation of yesterday’s downward trend. Our storage at Stillorgan this morning was at 663Mld. Despite this we will maintain our promise not to have any cut-offs through to the 27th December but we will have […]
Dear Councillor, The water situation as reported this morning was production at 548Mld and demand at 559Mld. This was a disappointing reversal on recent days. Through redirection etc we still have 678Mld storage in Stillorgan. There will be no cut-offs from the 23rd to 27th December inclusive but we will have some pressure reductions over […]
Dear Councillor, The water situation as reported this morning was production at 552.4Mld and demand at 545.9Mld i.e. a net gain of 6.5Mld. We now have storage in Stillorgan of over 670Mld. We will have pressure reductions tonight from 8pm to 7am but we will not have any cut offs. We will advise you about […]