Irish Water and Cork County Council have reminded customers supplied by the Killavullen Public Water Supply, that the Boil Water notice issued on 2nd May remains in place.
The notice was put in place due to high levels of turbidity in the borehole supply causing the Killavullen Water Treatment Plant to shut down. Irish Water and Cork County Council continue to work to rectify the issues and hope to lift the notice as quickly and as safely as possible.
Irish Water's Operations Lead, Pat Britton said public health remains the number one priority:
"Unfortunately, we are still experiencing ongoing turbidity issues in the water source. Irish Water, together with our colleagues in Cork County Council are implementing short-term works in an attempt to improve the reliability of the source, as well as developing the longer-term plans for the water supply in the Killavullen area."
Irish Water are reminding customers in this area to ensure to boil water before using it.