Limerick County Council has removed a precautionary boil water notice relating to customers supplied by the Ardagh Water Scheme.
The boil notice was one of three notices put in place following heavy rainfall in the County last week.
The local authority said that that following the receipt of satisfactory water quality test results, the precautionary boil water notice has been lifted for the Ardagh Water Scheme serving Ardagh Village and the surrounding area.
A boil notice for customers served by the South West Regional Water Supply was lifted earlier this week.
Another boil notice affecting the Carrigeen Water Scheme serving the Carrigeen area near Croom remains in place. Further water testing is being carried out and the notices will be reviewed again on Wednesday (20 June), once the results of further tests are available.
Limerick County Council says will issue updates where necessary via its website www.lcc.ie and via the media.
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