The proposal to charge for excessive use of water under the Water Services Act, 2007 is not credible.
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Central Statistics Office (CSO)
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Department of Finance
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Featured theme: Water Policy
The Report by the Expert Commission on the Funding of Domestic Public Water Services in Ireland has been submitted on schedule to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Future Funding of Domestic Water Services.
This note sets out the current position in relation to water charges. It also looks at the system of paying for water services in Northern Ireland.
Irish Water has made significant progress in a short period. Abolishing Irish Water and removing domestic water charges would be a mistake and set back the prospects of having water services fit for a modern economy.
This note analyses the new structure of water charges.
We’ve contributed a lot to the debate on water pricing in Ireland. Here’s an infographic that sums up our position on the pricing of water in Ireland.
The rates and structure of Water Charges vary significantly across the U.S.
California continues to be a world leader in most of what it does and how it does it.