Local representatives are to meet Irish Water today over the water problem in Gorey and Dublin.
Contaminated water passed through the Gorey and Ballymore Eustace plants, with 52 illness cases linked with the Wexford incident.
Irish Water's to audit the country's Water Treatment plants due to the controversy, while saying the water is safe to drink.
Gorey-based Councillor, Fionntán Ó Súilleabháin, says he has questions for the semi-state company this morning:
"There's quite a lot of information has come out in terms of the timeline on when the problem occurred, due to an electrical fault, which cut off the supply of chlorine to the reservoir at Gorey."
"I'd like to have further information on this, but also on what systems are in place to ensure this won't happen again."