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19 May 2022

No drinking water stations will be provided on the Blueway in Tipperary

Engineer turns down request at meeting in Clonmel

Drinking water stations

A request for drinking water stations to be provided on the Blueway in Tipperary has been turned down

No drinking water refilling stations will be provided on the Blueway in Clonmel, District Engineer Eoin Powell told a meeting of Clonmel Borough District.
Cllr Siobhán Ambrose said that the use of plastics was a big bugbear of hers.

People who went for a jog or a walk on the Blueway could bring their own bottles and refill them if drinking stations were available on the riverside cycle track and walkway.

She didn’t understand why they couldn’t be provided here when Waterford and other local authorities provided them.

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