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Already 45 municipalities in Poland have appealed to residents to limit water consumption. Some introduce bans on garden irrigation and backyard pool filling. This is a way to combat the drought, which increasingly afflicts the inhabitants of the western part of the country.
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Drought in Poland. IMWM issues warnings
It is hot all over the country, temperatures are above the long-term average and it is not raining yet. The Institute of Meteorology and Water Management therefore issued drought warnings for many municipalities in Poland.
The authors of the blog Świat Woda have prepared a map of the municipalities introducing restrictions related to drought.
Unfortunately, the long-term forecast is for a hot and dry July, and therefore the situation is not only likely not to improve, but also to worsen. It is true that storms are announced for next week, but this will not significantly improve the situation. Not only that: the drought is about to return to us. In an interview with Rmf fm Dr Sebastian Szklarek, an echohydrologist at the European Regional Center for Ecohydrology at the Polish Academy of Sciences, warned that Poland could have a major problem with hydrological security in the future.
Blog authors Świat Woda point out that saving water isn’t just for us. It is also a question of guaranteeing the resource for the next generations.
“The water from the water supply must be saved, because most of the intakes are deep groundwater resources that have formed over hundreds of years – without ensuring that rainfall penetrates the ground, we make it difficult to recreate, we take these resources mainly from the next generations “- we read on the blog. Although Poland is not currently threatened by the lack of access to tap water, at least as far as the entire territory is concerned, these resources will be much needed in the future, especially as temperatures continue to rise.
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