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Thames Water say drought order is not necessary

Thames Water has decided not to apply for a drought order, despite advice given by the Environment Agency.

It is believed that since imposing a hosepipe ban at the beginning of April water concumption has dropped by only around 3%

Posted : 23/05/2006 02:07:40

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