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Warning signs removed despite pollution mystery

27th December 2013 | Warning Signs

Freshwater East beach in south Wales had warning signs put up after an unknown pollutant washed ashore. However, those signs have now been taken down as a result of the pollutant disappearing.

The signs have been deemed unnecessary despite the fact that the public is still being warned to keep away from any unknown substances on the beach.

A recent case of pollutants, in this case vegetable oils, washing up on the south Wales coastline resulted in the death of a dog.

It is thought that the recent pollutant was washed away by a combination of the weather and tidal action.

Natural Resources Wales is currently working to analyse the substance and discover what it is made up of.

Members of the public are being advised to call the coastguard should they spot an unusual substance. It seems that warning signs might become a necessity should another pollutant wash ashore.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801676396-ADNFCR


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