Donegal County Council officials are assessing the Water Services Investment Programme for the next three years which has now been published by the Minister for the Environment.
The investment includes funding of almost 100 million euro to schemes in Co Donegal, many of which have been previously flagged. As expected, the biggest single investment of 25 million euro goes to the new waste water plant in Letterkenny, while 16.5 million goes to the Killybegs Sewerage Scheme.
The full list of schemes to be funded in Donegal is as follows -
• Gweedore Sewerage Scheme – Network €8.5 million
• Gweedore Sewerage Scheme – Wastewater Treatment Plant €2.9 million
• Glenties/Dungloe Sewerage Schemes – Wastewater Treatment Plants €7million
• Killybegs Sewerage Scheme – Contract 2 (main pumping station & outfall) €16.5 million
• Ballybofey/Stranorlar Sewerage Scheme – Network €150,000
• Ballyshannon/Rosnowlagh Regional Water Supply Scheme –Treatment Plant €6 million
• Donegal (Group B) Sewerage Schemes – Wastewater Treatment Plans €25 million
• Donegal (Group B) –Networks €5million
• Letterkenny Sewerage Scheme – Wastewater Treatment Plan €25 million
• Water Conservation State 3 Works – Watermains Rehabilitation Project €3.1 million