The Walloon Drought Committee will meet in Namur on MondaySunday, 05 August 2018 23:52
In theory there should be no changes regarding the biggest waterways. There might however be restrictions on travelling down some smaller waterways where water levels have dropped significantly.
The situation for households should not change, with no restrictions planned but work on awareness will continue.
The Drought Committee, which was created by the Regional Walloon Crisis Centre, is made up of representatives from the Walloon Public Services, the drinking-water production and distribution sector and the hydro-electric sector.
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