Water Supply Information
Winter Water Conservation Notice - Water Connections and Meters
Roscommon County Council and Veolia Water Ireland wish to advise landowners and property owners to turn off their water connections at the stopcock if they are not using the water supply in order to prevent leaks during spells of cold weather.
Farmers should consider turning off supplies to water troughs when removing livestock from any land not in use over the winter period.
All customers should check their meter once they turn back on the supply to ensure that no leaks have occurred.
Customers are reminded that they are responsible for all water flowing through the meter.
Information on dealing with leaks and how to read the meter is given in the booklets below:
Advice for Owners and Users of Private Water Supplies
A guidance document for owners and users of unregulated private water supplies with advice on what they can do to keep their supply safe is available below:
For queries on private water supplies please contact
Roscommon County Council at 090 6637100
HSE Environmental Health at 090 6637880
Information on Lead and Drinking Water Supplies:
An information leaflet in relation to investigation of possibility of a lead presence in your water supply is available below:
Protecting Drinking Water from Pesticides and Herbicides:
Protecting Drinking Water from Pesticides - Advice for Farmers and Other Professional Users
This leaflet contains general advice for all professional users.
Protecting Drinking Water from Pesticides - Herbicide Use in Grassland
This leaflet contains much of the advice in the previous leaflet but is targeted at professionals using herbicides on grassland, and also includes a section on MCPA and rush control.
Protecting Drinking Water from Pesticides - Advice for Gardeners and Household Users
This leaflet contains general advice for amateur users.