Thursday, 5 April 2007

Questions (543, 544, 545, 546, 547, 548, 549, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556)

Tony Dempsey

Question:

537 Mr. T. Dempsey asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in County Wexford since 1997 to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13824/07]

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Written answers (Question to Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government)

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €121.92 million to County Wexford under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the table below. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Council. Full details of currently approved major schemes in County Wexford, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Wexford County Council will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Scheme

Year Completed

Fardystown Water Supply Scheme Contract 2

1999

Wexford Water Conservation Works

1999

Wexford Water Conservation Works

2000

Blackwater Sewerage Treatment Works improvements

2001

Gorey (Rehabilitation) Water Conservation

2001

Kilmuckridge Sewerage Treatment Plant SLI

2001

Courtown/Riverchapel Sewerage

2002

Rosslare Strand Sewerage Scheme

2002

Fardystown Water Supply

2003

Ballymurm Sewerage Scheme

2003

Gorey Main Drainage — pipeline ext.

2003

Wexford Main Drainage

2003

Carrick-on-Bannow Sewerage Scheme

2005

Ollie Wilkinson

Question:

538 Mr. Wilkinson asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in County Waterford since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13825/07]

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The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €70.29 million to Waterford County Council and €40.19 million to Waterford City Council under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Council. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Waterford County and City, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Waterford County and City Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Waterford County Council

Scheme

Year Completed

East Waterford Water Supply Scheme — Contract 5

2000

East Waterford Water Supply Stage 2 Phase 1

2000

Extension of Sewer along Coolagh Road Dungarvan

2000

Extension of Sewer in Ballymacarbry

2000

Development of Crobally Upper Tramore Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Waterford City Council

Scheme

Year Completed

East Waterford Water — Emergency Contract (Civil Works)

1999

East Waterford Water — Emergency Contract (Mechanical & Electrical)

1999

East Waterford Water Conservation –

1999

East Waterford Water Supply Scheme — Contracts 6 & 7

1999

East Waterford Water Supply Stage 2 Phase 1

2000

Logloss/Bawndaw Development area

2000

Waterford Main Drainage (Collection)

2000

Kilbarry Development Area

2002

East Waterford Water Supply Contracts 17A & B1

2003

Noel Davern

Question:

539 Mr. Davern asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in County Tipperary since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13826/07]

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The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €57.98 million to North Tipperary County Council and €89.14 million to South Tipperary County Council under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in County Tipperary, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of North Tipperary and South Tipperary County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

North Tipperary

Scheme

Year Completed

Nenagh Water

1997

Nenagh Phosphate Removal

1998

Roscrea Sewerage

2000

Templemore Water

2000

Thurles (TRBDI) Sewerage

2000

Thurles Sewerage — Surface water sewer at Ballycurrane Road

2000

Nenagh Sewerage Treatment Plant Improvement

2001

Roscrea Water

2001

N52 Outer Ring Watermain SLI

2004

Nenagh Sewerage Scheme Stage 2

2004

South Tipperary

Scheme

Year Completed

Cahir Sewerage

1997

Clonmel Sewerage

1998

Galtee Water

1998

Cashel Sewerage

1999

Ardfinnan Water Supply Scheme

1999

Clonmel Serviced Land Sewerage Ext. SLI

2001

Clonmel Water Conservation

2001

Tipperary Town Sewerage

2001

Carrick on Suir Sewerage (Collection System)

2003

Limerick Junction Sewerage

2003

Ardfinnan Sewerage

2005

Ballyclerihan Sewerage

2005

Ballyporeen Sewerage

2005

Cahir Sewerage

2005

Carrick-on-Suir Sewerage

2005

Clogheen Sewerage

2005

Clonmel Sewerage

2005

Fethard Sewerage

2005

Killenaule Sewerage

2005

Kilsheelan Sewerage

2005

Joe Callanan

Question:

540 Mr. Callanan asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Galway City and County since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13827/07]

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Joe Callanan

Question:

547 Mr. Callanan asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in County Galway since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13834/07]

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I propose to take Questions Nos. 540 and 547 together.

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €103.61 million and €195.23 million to Galway City and Galway County Councils respectively under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Council. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Galway City and County, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Galway City and County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Galway City & County

Scheme

Year of Completion

Galway Main Drainage — Knocknacarra Eastern

1997

Inish Oirr Water Supply Scheme

1997

Tuam Regional Water Supply Scheme — Stage 1

1997

Williamstown Sewerage Scheme

1997

Ballinasloe Phosphorus Removal

1998

Spiddal/Rossaveal Water Supply Scheme

1998

Galway Main Drainage — Causeway to Mutton Island

1999

Galway Main Drainage — Oranmore Sewers

2000

Oughterard Sludge Facilities (Water Scheme)

2000

Portumna Sewerage Scheme

2000

Tuam Main Drainage — Stage 2 (Galway Road) Serviced Land Initiative Scheme

2000

Galway City Water Conservation (Phase 1)

2001

Loughrea Sewerage Scheme

2001

Terryland River Valley Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Tuam Regional Water Supply — Phase 3

2001

Tuam Regional Water Supply — Ext to Athenry

2001

Ballinasloe (Laurencetown) Water

2002

Inishmore Water Supply Scheme

2002

Loughrea — Serviced Land Initiative

2002

Moycullen Sewerage Scheme

2002

Tuam Main Drainage Stage 2 — Balgaddy Road (part) Serviced Land Initiative

2002

Galway Main Drainage — Mutton Island Plant

2003

Galway City Water Supply — Tuam Interlink

2003

Barna Sewerage Scheme — Advance Works

2004

Galway Main Drainage — Knocknacarra Integration

2004

Gort Regional Water Supply Scheme — Advance Works

2004

Tuam Main Drainage Stage 2 — Killaloonty Serviced Land Initiative

2005

Jimmy Devins

Question:

541 Dr. Devins asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in County Sligo since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13828/07]

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The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €92.89 million to County Sligo under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Council. Full details of currently approved major schemes in County Sligo, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Sligo County Council will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Sligo

Scheme

Year of Completion

Enniscrone Sewerage Scheme

1997

Lough Talt Water Supply Scheme

1997

North Sligo Regional Water Scheme

1999

Sligo Main Drainage — Caltragh Ext.

2000

Curry WS Rural Towns & Villages Initiative (Rhue/Curry/Bellaghy WSS)

2001

Sligo & Environs Water Supply Stage 1

2001

Michael Finneran

Question:

542 Mr. Finneran asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Counties Roscommon and Leitrim since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13829/07]

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The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €78.15 million to County Roscommon and €53.99 million to County Leitrim under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Counties Roscommon and Leitrim, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Roscommon and Leitrim County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Roscommon

Scheme Name

Year of Completion

Boyle/Arcarne Water Supply Scheme

1997

North East Roscommon Water Extension to Ballagh/Ballybeg

1999

North East Roscommon Water Extension to Tarmonbarry

1999

North Roscommon Water Supply Scheme Intake

1999

Ballaghderreen Sewerage Scheme

2000

Boyle Sewerage Scheme

2000

Monksland Sewerage Scheme

2000

Roscommon Sewerage Scheme

2000

Tarmonbarry Sewerage Scheme

2000

Ballinagare Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2001

Ballintubber Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2001

Charlestown Road, Ballaghderreen — Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Roscommon North Regional Water Supply Scheme (Fairymount/Loughglynn)

2001

Monksland Townland Provision of Services — Serviced Land Initiative

2002

Warren or Drum Townland, Boyle Provision of Services — Serviced Land Initiative

2002

Falladeen Road, Ballinlough, Provision of Services — Serviced Land Initiative

2004

Castlerea Sewerage Scheme Stages 1 & 2

2006

Leitrim

Scheme

Year of Completion

Keshkerrigan Sewerage Scheme

1998

Newtowngore Sewerage Scheme

1998

Carrick-on-Shannon Sewerage Scheme (Sludge Press)

1999

Newtowngore/Keshcarrigan Sewerage Scheme

1999

Dromod Sewerage Scheme

2000

Lurganboy Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2001

Drumsna Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2003

Fenagh Sewerage Scheme

2003

Lurganboy Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2003

North Leitrim Rural Water Supply Scheme

2004

John McGuinness

Question:

543 Mr. McGuinness asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Counties Carlow and Kilkenny since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13830/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €27.87 million to County Kilkenny and €31.78 million to County Carlow under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Counties Kilkenny and Carlow, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Kilkenny and Carlow County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Kilkenny

Scheme

Year of Completion

Kilkenny Main Drainage (Treatment Plant Works)

1997

Gowran/Paulstown Water (Source Protection) Scheme

1998

Kilkenny Sewerage Scheme

2001

Graiguenamanagh Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2002

Thomastown Sewerage Scheme

2002

Graiguenamanagh Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2004

Urlingford Sewerage Scheme

2005

Carlow

Scheme

Year of Completion

Carlow Water Conservation

2000

Graiguecullen Sewerage Scheme Serviced Land Initiative

2000

Extension to Carlow Sewage Treatment Plant — Mortarstown

2002

Hacketstown Water Supply — Rural Towns and Villages Initiative

2003

Tullow Rising Main Replacement

2006

John Moloney

Question:

544 Mr. Moloney asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Counties Laois and Offaly since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13831/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €42.82 million to County Laois and €58.41 million to County Offaly under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Counties Laois and Offaly, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Laois and Offaly County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Laois

Scheme

Year of Completion

Mountmellick Sewerage Scheme

1998

Portlaoise Sewerage Scheme (Colliers Lane)

1998

Portlaoise Water Supply Scheme

1998

Graiguecullen Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2000

Portlaoise Sludge Dewatering

2000

Sleaty Road Sewerage Scheme

2000

Knockmay Mains Water Supply Scheme

2000

Stradbally Sewerage Improvement Scheme

2002

Ballyroan Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns & Villages Initiative

2003

Graiguecullen Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2004

Offaly

Scheme

Year of Completion

Birr Sewerage Scheme

1997

Birr Sewerage (Phosphorus Removal) Scheme

1998

Clara Water Supply Scheme

1998

Tullamore Sewerage Scheme

1998

Banagher Sewerage Scheme

1999

Cloncollig Water Supply Scheme

2000

Kilcormac Water and Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2000

Silver River (Collins Lane/Arden) Water Supply Scheme

2000

Ferbane Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Ferbane Water Supply Scheme

2002

Edenderry Interim Sewage Treatment Scheme — Rural Towns & Villages Initiative.

2003

Clara Sewerage Scheme

2005

Ferbane Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns & Villages Initiative

2005

Collins Lane (Tullamore) Surface Water Sewerage Scheme

2005

Tullamore Water Supply Scheme Contracts 1&3 (Sillogue Well)

2006

Billy Kelleher

Question:

545 Mr. Kelleher asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Cork City and County since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13832/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €324.76 million to Cork City Council and €67.64 million to Cork County Council under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Council. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Cork City and County, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Cork City and County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Cork City

Scheme

Year of Completion

Chetwynd Water (Cork CB)

1998

Cork Main Drainage Site Investigations

1999

Cork City Water — Chetwynd Main

1999

Glen/Bride/Kiln River — Phase 3&4

1999

Blarney Street/Road (Improvement in Services)

2000

Cork Main Drainage — Atlantic Pond Civil Contract

2002

Cork Main Drainage — Boreenmana Road/Blackrock/Centre Park

2002

Cork Main Drainage (Phase 1) Interceptor Sewer — River Lee Siphon

2002

Cork Main Drainage (Collection and Treatment Works)

2003

County Cork

Scheme

Year of Completion

Cloyne Sewerage

1997

Ballincollig Water Supply

2000

Ballincollig, Greenhills, Foul Sewer

2000

Ballyviniter Water Scheme

2000

Blarney Water

2000

Cobh Water Tower

2000

Cork Water Conservation Phase A

2000

Fermoy Storm Water (Pike Road)

2000

Fermoy Storm Water Sewer (Cork Road)

2000

Fermoy Water

2000

Fethard Town — Killenaule Road

2000

Glanmire Water Supply, Castlejane

2000

Glashaboy Water Supply, Caherlag

2000

Kinsale Water Supply Ardbrack

2000

Bandon Foul Sewerage Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Carrigaline Storm Drain SLI

2001

Carrigrohane-sewage pumping station Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Castlemartyr Treatment Plant Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Clonakility Water Stage 1

2001

Conna STP upgrade Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Cork Water Conservation (Phase 1)

2001

Glasheen River

2001

Mallow Rd. Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Midleton Sewerage

2001

Passage West Storm Drain Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Western Rd, Clonakility Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Blarney — Water Supply and Sewerage

2002

Buttevant Water Supply -

2002

Clonakility Water — Sludge Treatment

2002

Mitchelstown Services Extension — Serviced Land Initiative

2002

Watergrasshill Serviced Land Initiative

2002

Poundhill St. (Market St.) Serviced Land Initiative

2003

Crosshaven Sewerage

2005

Mitchelstown Sewerage Scheme (Nutrient Removal)

2006

Cork Lower Harbour Sewerage Scheme (Crosshaven SS)

2006

Mallow/Fermoy/Blarney Treatment Plant Upgrading Serviced Land Initiative

2006

Sally’s Cross Sewerage Scheme Serviced Land Initiative

2006

Kilbrin Sewerage Scheme

2006

Peter Power

Question:

546 Mr. P. Power asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Counties Limerick and Clare since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13833/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €295.26 million, €71.14 million and €100.43 million, respectively, to Limerick City and County Councils and Clare County Council under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Limerick City and County and in County Clare, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Limerick City and County Councils and Clare County Council will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Limerick City & County

Scheme

Year of Completion

Askeaton/Pallaskenry (Phase 1) Water

1998

Limerick City Water Conservation (Phase 1)

1999

Limerick Trunk Mains Rosbrien

2000

Limerick Water (Phase 2) Newcastle

2000

Rhebogue/Bloodmill Road — Serviced Land Initiative

2000

Surface Water Sewer at Annacotty — Serviced Land Initiative

2000

Castletroy Water Supply Scheme — Low level area Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Fedamore Sewerage (Rural Towns & Villages Initiative)

2001

Clareville to Newcastle Reservoir Rising Main

2002

Foynes Water Supply Scheme

2003

Castleconnell Sewerage Scheme

2003

Limerick Main Drainage (Collection & Treatment Works)

2003

Croagh Sewerage Scheme

2004

Southern Ring Watermain

2004

Limerick Main Drainage Contract 4.3

2005

Castletroy Water Supply High Level Demand Serviced Land Initiative

2007

Clare

Scheme

Year of Completion

Kilkee Sewerage Scheme

1997

Kilkee Water Scheme

1997

Killaloe Sewerage Scheme

1997

Lahinch Sewerage Scheme

1997

Sixmilebridge Sewerage Scheme

1998

Lisdoonvarna Water Supply Stage 1

2001

Kilkishen Sewerage Scheme

2002

Lisdoonvarna Sewerage Scheme

2002

Newmarket on Fergus Water (Advance)

2003

Gillogue Water Supply Serviced Land Initiative

2007

Question No. 547 answered with QuestionNo. 540.

Seamus Kirk

Question:

548 Mr. Kirk asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Counties Louth, Cavan and Monaghan since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13835/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €175.72 million, €107.63 million and €68.38 million respectively to Counties Louth, Cavan and Monaghan under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Counties Louth, Cavan and Monaghan, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Louth, Cavan and Monaghan County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Louth County Council

Scheme

Year of Completion

Carlingford Sewerage Scheme

2000

Clogherhead Water/Sewerage Scheme

2000

Dunleer Sewerage Scheme

2000

Dunleer Sewerage Scheme Phase 2

2000

Drogheda Main Drainage

2001

Drogheda Water Supply

2001

Dundalk Main Drainage

2001

Greenhills W&S Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Ardee Link Road Sewer

2002

Mount Avenue Drainage

2002

Dunleer/Mid-Louth RWSS Advance Works

2004

Termonfeckin/Baltray Sewerage Rural Towns & Villages Initiative

2004

Tulllyallen Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2006

Cavan County Council

Scheme

Year of Completion

Ballyconnell Sewerage

1998

Virginia Sewerage

1998

Ballyjamesduff Water

2000

Cullies/Drumlark Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2000

Cootehill Sewerage Scheme

2001

Bailieborough Regional Water Supply Stage 1

2001

Lough Gowna Village Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns & Villages

2001

Rathardrum, Dublin Rd. Virginia Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Swellan Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Tanderagee/Curkish Water & Sewerage

2002

Bailieboro RWSS — Stage 2

2003

Redhills Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns & Villages

2006

Monaghan County Council

Scheme

Year of Completion

Carrickmacross Sewerage (Improvement — Phase 2)

1998

Castleblayney Water Supply Improvement Scheme

1999

Monaghan Water Contract 1 — Pipelines

1999

Carrickmacross- Convent Lands sewerage

2000

Monaghan Water Supply

2001

Tydavnet Sewerage (Reedbed)

2001

Clones Water Scheme

2003

Monaghan Town Sewerage (Peter’s Lake)

2003

Peter Kelly

Question:

549 Mr. Kelly asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in Counties Longford and Westmeath since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13836/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €22.92 million to County Longford and €62.01 million to Westmeath County Council under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Councils. Full details of currently approved major schemes in Counties Longford and Westmeath, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Longford and Westmeath County Councils will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Longford

Scheme

Year of Completion

Ardnacassa Scheme

2000

Longford Water Conservation Scheme

2000

Ballymahon Sewerage Scheme

2001

Granard Sewerage Scheme

2002

Clondra Sewerage Scheme — Rural Towns & Villages Initiative

2006

Westmeath

Scheme

Year of Completion

Moate Sewerage Scheme

1998

Tyrellspass Water Supply Scheme

1998

Athlone Sewerage (Westbank) Scheme

2000

Athlone Water (Annagh/Baylin) Supply Scheme

2000

Coosan Athlone Surface Water Drainage Scheme

2000

Athlone Water Conservation Scheme

2001

Coosan Athlone Surface Water Drainage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Mullingar/Marlinstown Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2001

Mullingar Water (Taughmon) Supply Scheme

2001

Kinnegad Sewerage Extension Scheme

2003

South Westmeath Regional Water Supply Scheme — Advance Works at Moate

2003

Tyrellspass Sewerage Scheme — Serviced Land Initiative

2004

Lough Owel Treatment Plant

2005

Mullingar Regional Water Supply Scheme — South Western High Level Area

2005

Seán Ó Fearghaíl

Question:

550 Mr. Ó Fearghaíl asked the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the water schemes completed and in planning in County Kildare since 1997, to date in 2007; and the investment made, and future allocation. [13837/07]

View answer

The Government has committed substantially increased funding for water services infrastructure over the past decade and again in the new National Development Plan (NDP). Some €3.7 billion was invested in new and upgraded water services infrastructure under NDP 2000-2006. €4.7 billion, an increase of 27%, has been provided under NDP 2007-2013. Real improvements being achieved on foot of this ongoing investment include:

Rapid progress in meeting targets under the EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive. Compliance with the end 2005 deadline for the provision of secondary treatment, which stood at 25% in 2000 had risen to some 90% at the end of 2006, with all remaining schemes needed to ensure full compliance included in the Water Services Investment Programme.

The extensive programme of wastewater treatment works has reduced the pollutant load from municipal discharges to rivers, lakes and sea (measured as Biochemical Oxygen Demand) by 45,000 tonnes per annum in a period of unprecedented economic and population growth.

Wastewater treatment capacity was increased since 1997 by an equivalent to the needs of a population of 3.3 million; the increase in drinking water treatment capacity over the same period was equivalent to the needs of a population of 1.2 million.

By the end of December 2006 of some 85,000 sites had been provided under the Serviced Land Initiative, with a further 100,000 sites at construction stage.

Massive investment under the Rural Water Programme has resulted in great progress in upgraded and renewed rural water supply systems and improved water quality in private group water schemes.

Overall, my Department is committing sufficient resources to ensure that the coverage and quality of the national water infrastructure will be able to fully meet current and anticipated demand in the future.

My Department provided a total of €171.10 million to Kildare County Council under the Water Services Investment and Rural Water Programmes in the period 1997 to 2006. Major schemes completed during that period are set out in the following table. In addition, many more schemes, smaller in scale, were completed under the devolved Rural Water Programme, of which details may be obtained from the County Council. Full details of currently approved major schemes in County Kildare, including the value of the investment proposed in each case, are set out in my Department's Water Services Investment Programme 2005-2007, which is available in the Oireachtas Library.

New Assessments of Needs were undertaken last year in response to the Department's request to all local authorities to review the needs for capital works in their areas and to prioritise their proposals on the basis of the assessments. The priorities adopted by the members of Kildare County Council will be taken into account in the framing of the next phase of the Water Services Investment Programme.

Kildare

Scheme

Year of Completion

Naas Water

1997

Castledermot Water

1998

Leixlip NE Kildare Water

1998

Calverstown Sewerage Improvement

2000

Castlecomer Road to Glendine Water Supply

2000

Kilcullen Sewerage

2000

Kildare/Rathangan Water Supply

2000

Kilkenny East Environs

2000

Kill Sewerage Improvement

2000

Leixlip Sewerage

2000

Monasterevin Water

2000

Morristown, Newbridge Sewerage

2000

Osberstown Sewerage

2000

Prosperous Sewerage

2000

Prosperous Water Improvement

2000

Castletown Celbridge Pumping Station

2001

Derrinturn Sewerage

2001

Kildare Planning and Dev. of Phases 1A and 1B of Water Supply Strategy

2001

Maynooth Pumping Station

2001

Kilcock Water Improvement

2002

Kilcullen Water

2002

Nurney Water

2002

Coill Dubh Sewerage Treatment Plant

2003

Athy Sewerage (Nutrient Reduction)

2004

Castledermot Water Stage 2

2004

Kildangan Sewerage Scheme

2004

Monasterevin Sewerage

2005

Monasterevin Sewerage Scheme

2005

South Kildare Water Supply Scheme

2005

Castledermot Sewerage Scheme — Sewer Network Contract

2006

Monasterevin Sewerage Scheme (extension of Treatment Plant and attendant network improvements)

2006

Allenwood Sewerage Scheme (construction of Treatment Olant and network)

2006

Lower Liffey Valley Regional Sewerage Scheme — Straffan Sewerage Scheme (connection of Straffan to regional network sending waste to Leixlip Treatment Plant)

2006