NI Water visits Newry and Mourne Deaf Club

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Monday, February 15th, 2016
Members of Newry and Mourne Deaf Club recently received a short presentation detailing the work of NI Water, which also touched on the company’s relationship with the international charity WaterAid, which is dedicated to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people. Deaf ClubGraeme Smyth from NI Water, met with members at their regular meeting at the Orchard Centre in Newry. Members were interested to learn of the scale of NI Water’s work delivering water and wastewater services to the people of Northern Ireland on a daily basis. The presentation also covered NI Water’s ongoing ‘Beat the Freeze’ campaign, which encourages people to protect their water pipes in advance of severe winter weather. If any other groups would be interested in receiving a talk from NI Water, please contact or call us on 03457 440088.
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