60 new jobs announced for Galway waste water company

60 new jobs announced for Galway waste water company

60 new jobs are being created at a waste water company in Galway.

Glan Agua is opening new offices this morning in Loughrea which will lead to 60 new positions over the next five years.

The company already employs 63 people and is moving to the bigger premises in Loughrea from its original base in Ballinasloe.

Minster for Jobs Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor hailed the announcement saying she was “delighted” for the Loughrea region.

“I welcome the announcement that Glan Agua is expanding in Ireland and bringing 60 quality technical jobs to Galway,” said Mitchell O’Connor.

“I am delighted that this will benefit Loughrea and the surrounding areas. One of my priorities as Minister is creating an environment where job growth can thrive, particularly in rural Ireland.”

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