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Boil Water Notice lifted for customers on Sligo Road, Enniskillen

08 July 2022 17:00

NI Water has confirmed the temporary ‘Boil Water Notice’ on a number of properties on the Sligo Road, Enniskillen has been lifted.  The notice was put in place following damage to a watermain in the area by a third party contractor.  

Properties impacted will have received a card through their door. 

Dymphna Gallagher, Head of Drinking Water Regulation explains:

“We would like to thank our customers for their patience and working with us while this situation was resolved.  Customers appreciated the inconvenience was necessary and that our number one priority was always to ensure the quality and safety of their drinking water.”    

Customers have been notified that their water is safe to use again as normal.                                                                     


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  • NI Water has a robust testing and sampling system which sees over 120,000 samples lifted and analysed each year.  
  • Samples are analysed by a team of scientists based in laboratories in Belfast and Altnagelvin, providing NI Water with its own in-house scientific expertise and knowledge. 
  • Monitoring provides an early warning to highlight any issues that might be unfolding with drinking water quality. 
  • NI Water also has a tried and tested incident response team which ensures staff and resources are deployed quickly to resolve any problems with any of our assets. 
  • Therefore, we can move to reassure the public that every measure is being taken to safeguard their water supply and maintain the highest ever drinking water quality Northern Ireland has ever had.

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