Irish Water begin construction has begun at Castlehaven Harbour

Irish Water and Cork County Council have announced that construction to build new wastewater infrastructure for the Castletownshend area has begun.

This important project will stop the flow of untreated wastewater into Castlehaven Harbour, resulting in improved water quality.

Glan Agua, who are carrying out the works on behalf of Irish Water, are expected to have the construction completed by mid 2023.

Speaking about today’s milestone, Anthony Kavanagh, Asset Delivery Regional Lead with Irish Water, said:

“We are delighted to be delivering this important project on behalf of the local community in one of the most beautiful coastal villages that Ireland has to offer. This significant investment will boost Castletownshend by enhancing the local environment and improve water quality for the likes of swimming, rowing, and sailing. Eliminating the discharge of untreated wastewater into Castlehaven Harbour will only add to the scenic views and coastal walks around Castletownshend.”

 


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