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By protecting our water, we protect our environment, our health and our jobs

Please Note: If you have already registered, you do not need to re-register. The requirement to re-register every five years has been removed from the legislation and your existing certificate remains valid.

Existing Customer:

If you have previously created an account for Protect Our Water you don’t need to create a new account.

If you do not have your login details please go to the login page and click on the "Lost Account Ref." or "Lost Password" button.

New Customer:

To create an account and register your domestic wastewater treatment system you will need your:

  1. Property address and Eircode
  2. Payment details

The registration fee is €50.

About Domestic Wastewater Treatment Systems Registration

The Water Services (Amendment) Act 2012  requires water services authorities to maintain a register of domestic waste water treatment systems in their functional areas.

Under the Act, owners of domestic waste water treatment systems are required to ensure that their systems are on the register. Your registration will contribute to the protection of Ireland's ground and surface waters.

Registration

Please note that following changes to the legislation in November 2017, a Certificate of Registration is now valid indefinitely from the date on which it was issued. Accordingly, there is no requirement to re-register.

If you have already registered, you do not need to re-register. The requirement to re-register every five years has been removed from the legislation and your existing certificate remains valid. 

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