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Veolia will upgrade the wastewater treatment infrastructure in County Donegal in Ireland

Veolia has won a 20 year contract with Irish Water for the design, construction and operation of the wastewater infrastructure in County Donegal in the north of Ireland.

Bassin d'assainissement d'eau à Donegal en Irlande

Veolia will build three new wastewater treatment plants on the west coast of County Donegal in Killybegs, Bundoran and Glencolumbkille, and optimise the Convoy facility in the east of the County. With the improvement of pumping stations and sewage networks, the new facility will treat wastewater for a total of nearly 21,000 people. They are scheduled to begin operating in spring 2018.

John Abraham, Country Director, Veolia Ireland said, “Helping Ireland to manage its precious natural resources is our priority for 2016. Together we will work with Irish Water to help improve the wastewater treatment infrastructure. We will also increase their capacity to allow for economic growth in the country.”


About Veolia Ireland

Since 1990, Veolia has been present in Ireland alongside public authorities and industry, to find solutions for the sustainable management of their vital resources. It employs 500 staff – 800 by 2019 – and deploys its three business activities of water, waste and energy. 



>Veolia’s press release in UK
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>Veolia Ireland website