Dunshaughlin Project Complete

GMC, working on behalf of Irish Water and in partnership with Meath County Council, is delighted to announce the completion of a major project in Dunshaughlin, to improve water quality.

The project was prioritised as part of Irish Water’s national Leakage Reduction Programme.

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This venture involved the replacement of over 1km of old and problematic cast iron water mains along Main Street. The old mains were replaced with modern pipework that will significantly improve water quality and bring the network into the 21st century for a more sustainable supply.

To mark the completion of this critical upgrade for Dunshaughlin and associated benefits to the local community and economy, GMC’s Tom Enright and Irish Water’s David Lonergan and Matt Thomson were joined by Minister for Justice and local TD, Helen McEntee; Cathaoirleach of Meath County Council, Councillor Nick Killian; Cathaoirleach of Ratoath Municipal District, Gillian Toole; local councillors, Damien O’Reilly, and Gerry O’ Connor; along with representatives from Meath County Council and pupils from St. Seachnall’s National School.

“The importance of providing a secure water supply for a town like Dunshaughlin cannot be underestimated. The successful completion of this project is a testament to the collaboration and dedication to everyone involved in this project.”