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Safety signs protecting public from sewer stream

25th August 2010 | Warning Signs

Posted by Nicole Stevens.

Warning signs have been employed to urge the public to keep away from a dangerous stream.

The Western Telegraph reports that the body of water, at Porthclais, in Pembrokeshire, Wales, has become mixed with discharge from a combined sewer overflow located further up the stream. A blockage at St Davids Cathedral had caused the problem.

Wales' Water and Environment Agency visited the spot to deal with the problem and was able to rectify it.

In the meantime warning signs have been installed to inform the public of the situation.

Warning signs can prove effective at a variety of public sites. Earlier this year safety chiefs for Spain's Costa Blanca beaches erected warning signs after hundreds of people were stung by jellyfish in what amounted to an invasion by the sea creatures.

And warning signs were also put in place at a coastal stretch in Hornsea, Humberside, after concern over cliff erosion. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800039030-ADNFCR



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