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Lifting of Boil Water Notice

LOUGH MASK REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SCHEME

Mayo County Council and Irish Water wishes to notify all customers on the Lough Mask Regional Water Supply Scheme that following advise from the Health Service Executive that the boil water notice imposed on the supply on the 2nd September is now lifted with immediate effect. Please see attached notice for further details


Posted: 13/09/2016 15:04:00

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Damien Ryan

Damien Ryan

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The Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish has been spotted at Keel and Keem beach Achill

The Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish has been spotted at Keel and Keem beach Achill (Update 26th September 2016)

Environment Section advises of risk from Jellyfish on Mayo’s beaches and bathing waters.

Advice to the public regarding sightings of Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish at Keel and Keem Beach, Achill, Co. Mayo.

The Portuguese Man O’War jellyfish has been spotted at Keel and Keem Beach in recent days.  These jellyfish can inflict severe stings, therefore contact should be avoided.  A Warning Notices alerting the public to avoid contact with these jellyfish have been placed at Keel and Keem Beach, Achill. The situation is being monitored and evaluated on a regular basis. General information on jellyfish stings can be obtained at http://www.iws.ie/beach/jellyfish-safety.321.html

Keel & Keem Beach Portuguese Man O War (PDF File)



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