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Attention the people of Dublin: Irish Water is urging people to ensure water conservation and fix leaks ahead of freezing weather

DUBLIN: Irish Water is urging homeowners and businesses in the Greater Dublin area to ensure water conservation and fix leaks ahead of the freezing weather over the coming days.

The warning from Irish Water comes after freezing temperatures continued to disrupt public water supplies in the third week of January. Meanwhile, Irish Water and local governments in Dublin are working to repair a number of leaks and other damage caused by the freezing weather.

According to Irish Water, these repairs and other water conservation measures can save approximately 40 megalitres of water per day.

“The demand for water is always high.” “As a result, we are continuing to collaborate with local governments to address the flaws in the water supply chain,” said Irish Water Head of Operations Tom Cuddy.

During the cold weather, Irish Water is urging customers to check for frozen and burst pipes and report leaks in the public network.

All the same, Tom Cuddy stated that, as part of the COVID alert, water conservation should be ensured by using water sparingly in hand washing and hygiene.

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