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# 136 : Thursday 16-10-2014 @ 21:15
 
 
over 1bn spent and they still can't figure out how to meter apartments. What a joke.
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# 137 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 08:57
 
 
Someone said :
Anyone know, where the position of CEO was advertised and who did the interview for the job? Who appointed him, where should I go to get the information?

Email their comms department for a start.
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# 138 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 19:35
 
 


Kinda puts it into perspective as we paying twice for water...
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# 139 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 21:39
 
 
Someone said :
over 1bn spent and they still can't figure out how to meter apartments. What a joke.

Being unmetered might not be a bad thing - you can flush all day and shower and bathe as often you like.
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# 140 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 21:47
 
 
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over 1bn spent and they still can't figure out how to meter apartments. What a joke.

Can you imagine the cost and the legal battles as to where the meter is situated
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# 141 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 22:00
 
 
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Can you imagine the cost and the legal battles as to where the meter is situated

Where are the gas meters, situated?
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# 142 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 22:20
 
 
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Where are the gas meters, situated?

Would they have not been installed when built?? Running copper pipes to every flat in a property would be a financial nightmare not to mention trying to get permission
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# 143 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 22:31
 
 
Is it really this easy to contaminate your water?

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# 144 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 22:47
 
 
They should have replaced the pipes when the ruling class had their snouts in the trough and the peasants were paying 300% more than they should have done for their houses.
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# 145 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 23:24
 
 
They removed the lead pipes only because it was poisoning the population.
The Guinness brewery took their time over that one. Worked there in the 80's and the matchsticks were still in the lead pipes from where the workers helped themselves - pull the matchstick out and the pressure filled your glass. To be honest they moved to stainless steel by then
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# 146 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 23:39
 
 
I'm anti water charges now. that's decided.
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# 147 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 23:41
 
 
Someone said :
I'm anti water charges now. that's decided.

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# 148 : Friday 17-10-2014 @ 23:46
 
 
Honestly,you people,do you think water just falls out of the sky.
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# 149 : Saturday 18-10-2014 @ 15:55
 
 
In case yiz were all thinking of having a lovely glass of water; fyi our septic tank in portlaoise was on of the really old ones were the sludge is broken down in the tank by bacteria and then it seeps out or something... and that was right beside a drain. Into this drain we also released animal waste cos we were very bold. And our bathwater ended up in another drain. Lovely greay soap scum on the water. So y'know, drink up
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# 150 : Saturday 18-10-2014 @ 16:48
 
 
There is an argument that if they sacked the civil servants instead of re-hiring them to manage Irish Water and adopted a proper business model of employment based on merit, that some of the infrastructural shortcomings e.g. Victorian piping esp. in West of Ireland, might be better resolved.
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