Water Services Section is responsible for the provision and improvement of water and waste water systems on behalf of Irish Water. We are also responsible for water conservation, group schemes and the monitoring of drinking water quality.
Irish Water is the new national water utility and is now responsible for managing the delivery of water services to homes and businesses in Ireland. From Tuesday 29th April, 2014 if you have a query or wish to report an issue with Water supply, Water quality or Wastewater, Burst Watermain, Blocked Sewer or loss of pressure, please contact Irish Water at:
Web: www.water.ie Twitter: @IrishWater Telephone: 1890 278 278 (LoCall) Minicom: 1890 378 378
Postal Address: Irish Water, PO Box 860, South City Delivery Office, Cork City
If you have a query regarding water disruption, low water pressure
Please continue to contact Westmeath County Council for queries in relation to:
- Non-domestic billing
- Well grants
- Group water/sewer schemes
- Surface water drains
Irish Water took over responsibility for the provision of new and the upgrading of existing water services infrastructure
The council supplies drinking water to over 64,000 people per day in County Westmeath.
The Domestic Lead Remediation (Financial Assistance) Regulations 2016 (S.I. 56 of 2016 were signed into law on 5th Feb 2016
Information on how to do a Water Audit at your School
Westmeath County Council currently operates and maintains 24 waste water schemes, serving over 8,000 premises in the County.
The Water Conservation Unit works to reduce the current unacceptably high level of water loss on the 1200 km of distribution mains throughout the county.
General information on Domestic Water and Non Domestic Water Metering within Westmeath
Westmeath County Water Conservation Project water mains rehabilitation works
The Rural Water Programme is administered by Westmeath Local Authorities and facilitates the development of water services in rural areas of the County