Kerry, Wicklow and Donegal worst affected as European Commission issues warning over safety of drinking water

The European Commission sent a letter of formal notice to Ireland for allowing too much of the chemical Trihalomethane in public drinking water.

According to the commission: “The Irish authorities have not taken appropriate actions to bring down the value of THMs and to notify consumers of the health implications as required”.

Ireland has been given two months to respond to the warning letter before further action is taken by the Commission.


Wicklow needs to improve drinking water safety, EU Commission warns

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