Ireland – Councillor hopeful north Kerry boil water notice could be lifted this week – Cryptosporidium
A Kerry county councillor says it’s hoped a boil water notice affecting 3,500 people for over a month could be lifted later this week.
On October 11th, the HSE issued a boil water notice for people supplied by the Ardfert North/Ballyheigue scheme, following the detection of cryptosporidium.
Irish Water is currently installing a UV system, which is now being commissioned before the matter is referred back to the HSE.
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