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Government defeats Sinn Féin's attempt to abolish Irish Water

Thu, 26 May 2016

 The Government has defeated Sinn Féin's attempt to abolish Irish Water and scrap charges immediately.
Fianna Fáil abstained in votes tonight, meaning the minority had comfortable winning margins.
In the end the Governments counter motion which basically outlined the compromise deal reached with Fianna Fáil passed by 59 votes to 38.

Housing Minister Simon Coveney last night said the best result would be to leave the future of Irish Water in the hands of the experts.
“What we are trying to do here is to allow for an informed and detailed discussion on how we fund water provision and waste water treatment in the future,” said Coveney.
“We are trying to take some of the heat out this issue by providing a nine-month window for that debate.”

IRISH WATER - Breaking News


Sales Manager Leinster

Thu, 26 May 2016


Sick of your mundane Sales role!!!
We are looking to recruit a Sales Manager for Leinster. If you know of anyone that might be interested in joining a rapidly growing company and thrives on delivering results, please get them to contact me. We will be posting the job details soon.

There's no free ride here!! Energy, Attitude and delivering results are all we want.
0861703289 or charles@lowflo.ie

Irish Water Rate Change

Wed, 3 Dec 2014

New Domestic Water Charges

Irish Water wishes to inform domestic customers of the new charges that will now be applied for public water services from 1 January 2015.

Key information for domestic customers:

  • Water services charges are now capped at a maximum annual amount until the end of 2018.
  • There will be a water conservation grant of €100 per year that will be available for primary residences of customers who apply to Irish Water.
  • Billing will start from April 2015 and bills will normally be issued quarterly.
  • Water services for children are still free.


LOWFLO is Hiring

Tue, 21 Jan 2014


Lowflo - Water Control and Leak Detection is expanding. We are looking for a Leak Technician / Qualified Plumber, for leak repairs, water management and pipe tracing in the domestic, commercial and municipal sectors.

You must be hard working, willing to learn & travel and be very customer focused.
Lowflo's success has been through our strong focus on customer service and we aim to continue this with all new employees.

Required Skills:
- Plumbing repairs and installations - Leak detection
- Working on water piping large and small
- Ability to use leak detection software, metering equipment, Microsoft office
- Well presented and punctual

Applications with CV and a cover letter to careers@lowflo.ie

A great opportunity awaits the right individual with Lowflo in an exciting sector with Irish Water coming online.




Irish Water's website to be launched

Thu, 25 Jul 2013

Irish Water's website water.ie is due to be launched on Friday 26th July 2013.

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