NI Water makes good progress at Mountfield Wastewater Treatment Works

NI Water has reached a key milestone in the multi-million-pound upgrade of Mountfield Wastewater Treatment Works near Omagh, with the installation of the two new treatment tanks.

The modern new tanks – which are fully enclosed – can treat over 13,000 litres of wastewater an hour. With almost double the design capacity of the old treatment plant, this NI Water upgrade will provide a robust wastewater solution for Mountfield for many years to come.

The £5m project, which is due for completion in early 2024, is being carried out by the DLJ joint venture which includes Castlederg-based Lowry Building & Civil Engineering and Newry-based Jacopa.

SourceNI Water



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