‘Commitments must be honoured to address stench issue’ – Mulgrew

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Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
Fews area Sinn Féin Councillor Roisin Mulgrew, commenting after she met with representatives of NI Water Service to discuss the ongoing sewage stench issue in the Redmonds Close Lislea locality, said the Water Service have accepted that the problem is intolerable and they have committed to resolving it. “The treatment plant has been tested and high levels of ammonia were detected,” said the local Councillor. “In an attempt to address this problem new filters and and irrigation system have been installed. The plant will be retested mid October and if the ammonia levels continue to be a problem the Water Service will take further steps to alleviate the problem.” The Sinn Féin representative added, “We now expect the Water Service to honour its commitments and finally address this issue which has caused much inconvenience and concern in the locality.”
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