Irish Water has announced an investment into a new fleet of water services vans for staff in Donegal.
Six new work vehicles were delivered to Donegal County Council last week. A total of 56 new vehicles will be delivered to Donegal over the coming three months.
Irish Water said the upgrading of the fleet in Donegal is part of an ongoing strategy to improve the service delivered to customers.
The new vehicles will be operated by Donegal County Council on behalf of Irish Water, and will be used for the maintenance and upkeep of the water networks across the county, in routine, reactive and emergency situations.
Kevin Love, Irish Water’s Asset Operations Lead for Co Donegal, commented: “We are delighted to be in a position to hand over these new vehicles to Donegal County Council. This investment in modern, efficient vehicles will enable personnel to carry out their work in a safe and efficient manner, ultimately improving the service we offer to our customers.”
Paul Lyons, Senior Executive Engineer with Donegal County Council added: “We are very pleased to take delivery of these new service vehicles. Having efficient, modern vehicles will ensure that our staff can continue to provide top class delivery of water services to the people of Donegal.”Tags: