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Ballycastle Wastewater Treatment Works – Public Information Session Wednesday 27 April

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NI Water is currently preparing to commence work on the new Ballycastle Wastewater Treatment Works in Spring 2016 and would like to take this opportunity to invite the local community to a ‘drop in’ information session to get further information on the project.

The session will take place on Wednesday 27 April 2016 from 4pm – 7pm in Sheskburn Recreation Centre, Sheskburn House, 7 Mary Street, Ballycastle, BT54 6QH.

Members of the NI Water project team will be available at the ‘drop in’ session to discuss the scheme in further detail and discuss any issues or concerns the local community may have. Everyone is welcome to attend and can drop in at any stage between 4pm – 7pm.

This essential project will modernize the wastewater treatment infrastructure for Ballycastle and improve the local bathing water quality, as well as meeting the needs of the growing local population.

Customer queries regarding this project should be directed to Waterline on 03457 440088, quoting “Ballycastle Wastewater Treatment Works– Information Event”

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