United Kingdom: Tap water remains unsafe in Derbyshire & Leicestershire

Guardian: Thousands of people in the north of England are still being advised not to use their tap water after the discovery of high chlorine levels at a nearby reservoir. Up to 3,700 households in Derbyshire and Leicestershire have been unable to use their water supply since Friday afternoon, when it emerged “higher than normal” levels of the chemical were detected. The normal level of chlorine in drinking water is 0.5 micrograms. According to the Drinking Water Inspectorate, water in the network that......

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