Irish Water asks customers to conserve water in areas impacted by Storm Hannah

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Irish Water is asking customers to be mindful of their water consumption today due to issues with supply, as a result of power outages from Storm Hannah.

A number of small pockets in County Limerick and other counties affected by Storm Hannah are experiencing issues with water supply. While Irish Water is confident that these issues will be resolved in the coming hours, it is important that water users conserve water.

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In Co Limerick a power outage in Fedamore and Croom is impacting water supply. Irish Water is tankering water to Croom hospital and the ESB is working to restore power.

The Irish Water call centre has dealt with approximately 50 calls to its call centre since the start of the storm.

Irish Water is continuing to track treatment plants across the country and to liaise closely with ESB Networks and our Local Authority partners.

Irish Water is reminding customers if they experience any issues with water supply to view the Irish Water service supply map on water.ie or visit twitter at @IWCare or call IW on 1850 278 278. We would like to thank our customers for their patience during this time.