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New £700,000 Wastewater Treatment Works for Lisnarrick

07 July 2014 16:04

NI Water is scheduled to commence work in August 2014 on a new Wastewater Treatment Works at Lisnarrick, Co. Fermanagh. The existing works in the village has reached capacity and will be replaced with a new state of the art facility at the existing site on the Carranboy Road.

Derek Eccles, NI Water Project Manager said:

“The new treatment plant is good news for customers in the Lisnarrick area, as it will improve the local wastewater infrastructure, accommodating future growth and development in the area.

The plant will substantially increase the capacity for wastewater treatment and will bring many environmental benefits, including improving the water quality in the local tributary of lower Lough Erne.”

Local company Lowry Building & Civil Engineering have been awarded the contract, with project management and technical support from Mc Adam Design.

It is anticipated that the new plant will be completed by March 2015. NI Water and our contractor Lowry Building & Civil Engineering, would like to thank the public for their patience and cooperation while we complete this essential scheme and will make every effort to keep disruption to a minimum throughout the contract. There may be increased traffic in the area during construction and customer queries should be directed to Waterline on: 08457 440088.

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