NI Water Fined For Pollution Incident at Greysteel

NI Water has been fined £1,000 after pleading guilty to causing a pollution incident from Greysteel Wastewater Treatment Works on 20th November 2008. The incident was linked to a mechanical failure which resulted in equipment, which helped control the flows from the treatment works, failing to work effectively. This resulted in a restriction of the … Read more

Completion of Ballylone Service Reservoir in Northern Ireland

NI Water has completed a major new reservoir at Ballylone. The new reservoir will increase the security and flexibility of the water supply for over 5,000 customers in the Ballynahinch, Crossgar and Killyleagh areas. Almost £1 million was invested in this new reservoir, which has a capacity of approximately 5.6 mega litres. This is the … Read more

NI Water Fined After Pollution Incident

NI Water has been fined £2,000 after pleading guilty to causing a pollution incident from Masserene Sewage Pumping Station (SPS) in the vicinity of Clotworthy Bridge, Antrim on May 3rd 2010. The incident was linked to a blockage caused by inappropriate items that resulted in a discharge into a nearby watercourse. NI Water has asked … Read more

NI Water Fined For River Pollution

NI Water has pleaded guilty to causing a pollution incident from its Sandholes Sewage Pumping Station on 31st March 2009. The incident is linked to complications at the pumping station causing it to temporarily shut down and cause a discharge into Killymoon River. NI Water was fined £500 plus £34 costs. Throughout the process, NI … Read more

New £23 Million Wastewater Treatment Facility For Antrim

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 … Read more

First Pipe is Laid on £2.4m Water Supply Project

Water experts from international consultancy, WYG are assisting in the creation of one of the largest water mains in Northern Ireland as part of Northern Ireland Water’s (NI Water) £2.4 million project to improve water supply across Belfast City. WYG has been appointed as designer to Lagan Construction on the Belfast Cross Town Water Main … Read more