Water Conservation

Cork has 1,200km of main channel rivers. Major rivers include the Bandon, Blackwater, Glashaboy and the Lee, all of which flow from west to east in direction. There are also approximately 2,000km of streams and many lakes in the county, the largest lakes being Carrigadrohid and Inniscarra. Inniscarra provides the largest source of drinking water in the county.

For the plan on water conservation and other issues up to 2020, see the Environmental Awareness Strategy 2016-2020

From the attached publication

Pdf Water Conservation Guide for Schools in County Cork
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Protecting Our Waters Video


Protecting Our Waters

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