Two areas in the southeast of England will be placed under an irrigation ban due to a lack of water



France Press agency

June 16, 2023 11:59 PM PM.

Two regions in the southeast England will be subject to an irrigation ban due to lack of waterAnd the water supply company stated that at the beginning of the summer season, which portends more drought than usual.

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In the counties of Kent and Sussex it is forbidden to water gardens, wash cars and fill swimming pools from 26 June until further notice. Distribution company reported Southeast Water. Anyone who does so can be fined up to 1,000 Egyptian pounds (US$1,280).

Water restrictions were imposed across the UK last summer due to a prolonged drought. In recent days, England has recorded high temperatures for the region, more than 32 degrees Celsius In south London last Saturday.

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In a country where it rains regularly all year round, rain has been scarce for several weeks. right, The demand for water rose and some towns were left without itThis forced some schools to close certain classes.

“We’ve seen increased customer demand due to warmer temperatures, but this has affected our ability to ensure supply for everyone,” acknowledged David Hinton, director of South East Water. He added, “We have no choice but to implement this temporary ban. This situation has developed much faster than last year.”.

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