EPA says work should be done in Moville and Killybegs by end of 2014

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The EPA has identified Moville and Killybegs in a list of towns where waste water treatment work is overdue.
They are among a total of eleven large urban areas which do not meet the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive requirement to have secondary treatment in place.
They are Moville and Killybegs, where the EPA expects work to be completed by the end of 2014.
Meanwhile, work is being done this year to reduce the amount of nutrient in the output of the Killybegs scheme.


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