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Work underway on £1.2 million Wastewater Treatment Works in Dungannon

23 September 2011 11:29

(L-R) Michael McAlary NI Water, Mayor of Dungannon & S Tyrone Cllr Kenneth Reid, John McGrane NI Water and Barney McEldowney BSG Civil Engineeing
NI Water is pleased to announce that work has started on a £1.2 million Wastewater Treatment Works at Brockagh Terrace in Dungannon. The Mayor of Dungannon and South Tyrone Cllr Kenneth Reid joined the NI Water team on site to view progress on the improvements, which will continue until Summer 2012.

John McGrane, NI Water project manager for the scheme said:
“The new plant at Brockagh Terrace will benefit the local community by improving wastewater services in the area. The modern new processes being installed will increase the capacity of the system to accommodate development in the area for the foreseeable future and will bring about environmental improvements, ensuring that wastewater treatment in the locality meets Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) compliance standards.

“NI Water and our contractor BSG Civil Engineering would like to thank the public for their patience and co-operation as we carry out these essential improvements over the next eight months. We would also like to reassure residents in the area that all drivers of delivery vehicles associated with the construction works will be advised of the residential nature of the access route to the site and will insist they take additional care while travelling through the area.”

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