The Greater Dublin Drainage project team are holding pop-up information stands at the following locations over the coming weeks:
• Baldoyle Library, Thursday 24th July 2014, from 4.30pm to 7.30pm
• Coolock Civic Centre, Tuesday 19th August 2014, from 2pm to 5pm
The information stands are being organised in order to provide information to the public about the Greater Dublin Drainage project. They provide the opportunity for members of the public to meet the GDD team and ask questions about the project.
The Greater Dublin Drainage (GDD) project will provide additional wastewater treatment capacity for the Dublin region and proposes:
• a wastewater treatment plant (WwTP) on a 23-hectare site at Clonshagh (Clonshaugh);
• an underground orbital sewer and two pumping stations and;
• an outfall pipe discharging 6km out to sea from Baldoyle.
Members of the public are welcome to contact the project team with feedback or questions, as follows:
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org;
• Lo-call telephone: 1890 44 55 67 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday; closed 1-2pm);
• Website: www.greaterdublindrainage.com.
On 1st January 2014 Irish Water took over responsibility for managing Ireland’s water and wastewater investment and maintenance programmes. On that date, Irish Water also took over the management of the Greater Dublin Drainage Project from Fingal County Council. Since taking responsibility for GDD, Irish Water has studied all of the technical and consultation reports prepared to date and is progressing the studies required to prepare the planning application to be lodged towards the end of 2016.
View a GDD project video on wastewater treatment at: www.greaterdublindrainage.com