Water, Waste and Environment

Transfer of Water Services to Irish Water

Water and Wastewater connections From 31 January 2017Irish Water is now your contact point for all water and wastewater connections.

 

Please note that existing Dublin City Council application forms will no longer be accepted by Irish Water or Dublin City Council after this date.Visit www.water.ie/connections for application forms and further information. For more information

Noisy Neighbour Complaint



My neighbour in a private owner-occupied house is making noise.

Domestic and neighbour noise nuisance are not dealt with by the Air Quality Monitoring & Noise Control Unit.  There are two main options available to you in order to resolve this issue;

About the Fire Brigade

Dublin Fire Brigade(DFB) is the largest full time fire service in the country. country.  We provide a fully integrated Fire, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and rescue service for the four Dublin local authority areas. We were founded in 1862 and are administered by Dublin City Council

Applying for a new water connection

Water and Wastewater connections From 31 January 2017

Irish Water is now your contact point for all water and wastewater connections.

Please note that existing Dublin City Council application forms will no longer be accepted by Irish Water or Dublin City Council after this date.

Visit www.water.ie/connections for application forms and further information.

For more information

Connect to the Drainage Network

Water and Wastewater connections From 31 January 2017

Irish Water is now your contact point for all water and wastewater connections.

Please note that existing Dublin City Council application forms will no longer be accepted by Irish Water or Dublin City Council after this date.

Visit www.water.ie/connections for application forms and further information.

For more information

Flood Defence Unit - Lower Dodder Flood Defence Works

Lower Dodder Flood Alleviation Works

Ringsend Bridge to New Bridge

Litter Awareness Campaign 2012

Litter Awareness Campaign 2012 - ‘Let’s Make a Clean Start Together’

WEEE and Householders

From 13th August 2005, householders in Dublin and Nationwide have been able to bring their unwanted WEEE to any of the Local Authority Recycling Centres in Dublin and dispose this type of waste for FREE.  Location and contact details for the City Council’s Recycling Centres are provided below.

Waste Water Services Division

Information Notice: 28/11/2016

The Operator of the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Works is planning to carry out minor works associated with plant upgrades between Tuesday 29th November and Friday 2nd December 2016.  As a result there may be a risk of a slight increase in odour levels. Every effort will be made to minimise the impact to the public.
 

Annual Reports

The following documents are available for download:

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