Don't drink the snow, it's dirty

February 2009
Utility Week;2/13/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p13
Trade Publication
The article discusses various issues concerning public utilities in Great Britain. The Department of Health mentioned in a statement that fresh snow, those untrampled and untampered, may be consumed because there is little risk of contamination. On the other hand, Wessex Water offered a farmer to give a patch of land back in exchange for a free 99-year lease.


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