Water Services Programmes
Meath County Council’s Sanitary Services Programme consists of:
- Major Capital Investment Programme
- Rural Water Programme
- Serviced Land Initiative Programme
Schemes Completed/Under Construction in 2005
Ballivor Sewerage Scheme
Substantially complete in 2005 at an estimated cost of €5M
Dunshaughlin Sewerage Scheme
Major Scheme to cater for Dunshaughlin, Drumree, Dunsany, Kilmessan, Killen Castle, Dowdstown and Ballinter. Proposed extensions to Clowanstown, Ringlestown, Bective Road and Castletown, Tara.
Works in progress at an estimated cost of €34M
Longwood Sewerage Scheme
Works substantially completed in 2005 at an estimated cost of €3.2M.
Navan AC Mains Replacement Phase 1
Works completed in 2005 at a cost of €1.8m.
Navan AC Mains Replacement Phase 2
Works commenced December 2005 and is due for completion in Autumn 2006.
Summerhill Water Supply
Upgrade of water supply to village. Works commenced in Sept 2005
Schemes at Planning/Design Stage
The following Schemes are at various stages of planning:
- Dunshaughlin Major Water Supply Scheme
- Oldcastle Sewerage Scheme
- Stamullen/Gormanstown Sewerage Scheme
- East Meath, Drogheda and South Louth Water Supply Scheme
- Major Grouped Wastewater Scheme - Treatment Systems for Duleek, Summerhill, Kilmainhamwood, Moynalty, Donore, Athboy, Rathcairn and Rathmolyon under the Design Build Operate procedure.
- Navan & Mid Meath Water Supply
- County Wide Water Conservation Project
- Kiltale Sewerage Scheme
- Kilcloon Sewerage Scheme
- East Meath Coastal Drainage
Service Land Initiative Scheme
Enfield Sewerage Scheme Stage 2- Network Upgrade
The upgrade of the sewer network and the provision of a new pumping station. Works substantially completed at an estimated cost of €3M.