A discharge from the Ringsend wastewater treatment plant into Dublin Bay in February
Now that the public has been made aware that sewage is allowed flow into Dublin Bay with every heavy bouts of rain, we should not be waiting for a plant extension to cater for these events.
Land is plentiful down at Ringsend with numerous empty derelict buildings lying there for years. They should build a number of steel tanks to hold the “shock load” of these heavy rainfall events. This sewage can then be treated as normal when the weather is dry.
Surely a simpler, more practical and cheaper way of dealing with this problem?
Protect Dublin Bay,
Raheny, Dublin 5.