No swimming

November 2011
Utility Week;11/4/2011, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Welsh Water has warned people not to swim, swallow the water, allow pets in the water or eat fish caught in the Llyn Alaw reservoir in Anglesey, Wales because of the presence of toxic bluegreen algae, consumption of which may cause vomiting, rashes, stomach pain and fever.


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