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FA Environment and Rural Affairs Chairman Thomas Cooney has urged all farmers and their families who may be impacted by the proposed project to pipe water from the river Shannon to Dublin to attend the Irish Water organised consultation meetings starting this week.

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IFA Environment & Rural Affairs Chairman Thomas Cooney has called on Irish Water to ensure that key questions landowners have raised in recent days are clearly answered before proposed plans to send water to Dublin from the Shannon goes any further.

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IFA Environment and Rural Affairs Chairman Thomas Cooney, has described proposals to pipe water from the southern part of the Shannon in County Tipperary, right across the country to south west Dublin, as “one of the most intrusive infrastructure developments to be imposed on landowners since the development of the motorway roads network over a decade ago.”

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IFA Environment Chairman Thomas Cooney has described the latest EPA water quality results as an example of what investment and hard work can achieve. The results show that 93% of our bathing waters around the country are classified as being in either excellent or good condition.
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