In the past week, the Irish Times has reported that one of the key problems with the air conditioning in the Trinity Air Conditioning Station is that it is faulty.
The report also noted that Trinity Air conditioning is in the process of being upgraded, and has recently had the temperature of its heating system tested.
A number of different articles have also reported on Trinity Airconditioning’s problems.
Some of the articles also highlight some of the things that have been happening at the station and the issues it has faced.
For example, on Sunday, November 19, the local media reported that Trinity Water has suspended work on the station due to an issue with the water main, which has lead to the water temperature of the heating system dipping below zero.
Meanwhile, the water quality of the water is also being tested.
In addition, Trinity Air conditioners were reportedly causing problems with other customers in the area, as well as other customers who were using the station.
The Irish Times’ story also reported that the Irish Water and Waterworks Department is investigating reports of “unacceptable behaviour” at the facility.
According to the Irish Independent, “it is believed Trinity AirConditioning has a serious leak”.
One local newspaper, The Irish News, reported that “an anonymous source” told the newspaper that the problem has been going on for a number of years.
The report added that Trinity is also receiving complaints from customers who are concerned that their air conditioners are not working properly.
In a statement released to The Irish Independent on Monday, the department of Environment, Climate Change and Tourism said that it has been in contact with the Irish News regarding the matter.
“It is understood that Trinity has been experiencing a significant water leak in the water system,” the statement read.
There are no issues with the building water, but we have been informed of some concerns and we have spoken to people affected.”