More than 1,000 homes affected by Dublin water notice

More than 1,000 homes affected by Dublin water notice

Up to 1,400 homes and businesses in Dublin are being advised not to use their water for drinking or cooking.

A boil notice has been put in place in the north east of the city after a water sample failed a health and safety test.

A map of the affected areas can be found at the website, or by calling 01 679 61 86.

Senior engineer with Dublin City Council, Brian Hennelly, said it could be a few days before the water is deemed safe.


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