New £23 Million Wastewater Treatment Facility For Antrim

Laurence MacKenzie (left), chief executive of NI Water, and Regional Development Minister, Conor Murphy.

NI Water has opened a new £23 million wastewater treatment works at Antrim. The project, which is designed to cater for a population of 87,000, included the upgrading of the facility and improving the wastewater infrastructure in Antrim and the surrounding area including parts of Crumlin, Randalstown and Templepatrick.

The facility has been designed to meet the latest Environment Agency standards for wastewater treatment. Other elements of the work, such as the new pumping station in Antrim and the closure of combined sewer overflows will provide protection to the sensitive Six Mile Water River and have a hugely positive impact on the quality of water in Lough Neagh.

The work in Antrim represents part of a £490 million investment by NI Water in wastewater services throughout the North over the past three years.

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