Dee becomes first water protection zone at last

Britain's first statutory water protection zone was designated in March - a full quarter of a century after the legal powers to do so were provided by Parliament. The zone covers most of the river Dee, a major source of drinking water which has been hit by repeated industrial pollution incidents. Businesses in the catchment using or storing dangerous substances will have to invest in protective measures on the basis of risk assessments.

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