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Funds flow to fix County’s water system

first_imgWhatsApp Email Linkedin Facebook Advertisement MORE than €3mn is to be spent in Co Limerick on replacing 23km of watermain to avoid water being lost through the current leaky system. It comes a week after the Limerick Post reported that the city council was to spend more than €5mn on replacing 19km of watermains. This week, Phil Hogan, Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, approved Limerick County Council’s proposals to carry out extensive rehabilitation works in the County at an estimated cost of €3.065mn.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Minister Hogan’s stated: “It is difficult to justify major capital expenditure on new water supply infrastructure unless we also tackle high unaccounted for water levels in the existing supply systems. I expect local authorities to commence mains rehabilitation and replacement works with a value of over €320mn nationwide.”The Council intends to carry out the work to replace 22.865km of watermain along with 624 associated new individual services.According to the Minister’s department, common backyard services will also be replaced in accordance with the relevant Departmental Circulars.The rehabilitation works will tackle pipes that are ranked poorly in regard to age, condition, burst history and that have experienced level of service problems.“The Council’s priorities for water mains rehabilitation are to enhance the water quality, prevent mains failure, identify service pipe defects, improve pressure and flow, reduce interruptions to supply and address leakage and operational serviceability,” a Department of Environment statement said.The Minister’s approval now allows Limerick County Council to prepare contract documents for its water conservation proposals with the view to seeking tenders and having the works commence as soon as possible.center_img Previous articleMcManus ‘embarrassed’ at latest honourNext articleCattle moved from farm under garda escort admin Print Twitter NewsLocal NewsFunds flow to fix County’s water systemBy admin – August 15, 2011 661 last_img read more

LeanBPI develops new invoicing process that saves time and money

first_imgAdvertisement Karol O’Connor MHS Hygiene & Safety Supplies. John O’Shanahan Lean BPI. Anne and Aileen Hannan Sort My Books.AN innovative project allowed a County Limerick business to go paperless and save hours of work on their sales invoicing process.It also resulted in faster payments and the elimination of errors that had previously led to loss of income.Less than a year ago, MHS Healthcare in Abbeyfeale was approved for a Business Continuity Voucher (BCV) by the Limerick Local Enterprise (LEO) office.The company, which supplies a range of PPE and cleaning equipment to wholesale clients across the country, joined forces with Limerick City management consultancy LeanBPI to upgrade its invoicing system.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The initial work with LeanBPI resulted in MHS switching from a paper-based invoicing system to a digitised system which resulted in considerable savings in time and cost.MHS implemented a software package provided by SortMyBooks, a Killarney-based provider of cloud accounting software. An ambitious research and development project was undertaken to integrate LeanBPI’s digital invoicing solution with SortMyBooks software.Working collaboratively, the LeanBPI and SortMyBooks technical teams successfully integrated the digital invoicing system into SortMyBooks. The result is that MHS can create an invoice on a mobile phone, at the customer site, and that invoice is automatically input into the SortMyBooks accounting software.This product is unique to the Irish market, with benefits to all three companies.As a result, LeanBPI have developed an innovative product beneficial to many SME/Micro businesses across the country, opening up growth opportunities for both itself and for SortMyBooks . WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img Linkedin Previous articleBrother of slain Jason Corbett writes to US President expressing “dismay” at DA’s plea bargain offer to killersNext articleTeam News: Stander captains Munster against Toulouse Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print BusinessNewsLeanBPI develops new invoicing process that saves time and moneyBy Staff Reporter – April 3, 2021 101 last_img read more