Wetterskip Fryslan

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Jul 27 '18 10:00

The province of Friesland, Wetterskip Fryslân and water company Vitens are appealing to Friesland residents to take water saving measures. Due to the heat and drought, the demand for drinking water is 30 percent higher than normal, RTL Nieuws reports.

The "unprecedentedly high" demand is resulting in decreased water pressure, especially during peak times and in high buildings. 

Friesland residents are called on not to use drinking water for watering their gardens or washing windows and cars. Also keep your shower as short as possible. 

Oct 2 '13 00:31

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment is going to turn urine into energy. The electricity generated will be used to heat the office building on the Rijnstraat in The Hague. The office is expected to open in about two years.

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