Householders have been warned not to drink or cook with tap water as a precautionary measure after the tests last week found unusually high levels of bacteria.
As part of the routine water quality monitoring by Dublin City Council in the past week, it was identified that there was a water quality issue affecting one of our 220 water supply zones, the St Lawrence's DMA area of Clontarf comprising approximately 1,400 properties.
Initial water sampling tests provided indicator results showing a presence of bacteria and this information alerted the Council to carry out further tests over the past three days.
Test results carried out on 7 August show water quality in the St Lawrence's DMA area have significantly improved, according to Dublin City Council.
Source: Dublin City Council
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