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Water works to clear air in Kinawley

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MUCH-NEEDED sewage work to rid Kinawley of a foul gaseous stench is due to begin next week, NI Water have confirmed.
As recently reported by the Fermanagh Herald, a strong smell of sewage has invaded parts of Kinawley, putting children’s health at risk at a local preschool and damaging local businness in the village. It is understood the problem is being caused after “breathers” within the system, that prevent gaseous sewage from exploding, were located close to the village causing the unhealthy stench.
Officials from NI Water visited the site last month to explore possible solutions to the problem. This week they have confirmed they will begin work on sewere improvemnet work on Kinawley Main Street. It is anticipated the work to improve the infrastructure will begin next Monday, November 16, and last for approximately two weeks.

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