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"more than a hundred municipalities in France today have no drinking water," said the Minister of Transition Ecological, Christophe Béchu, who described the situation as "historic", during a visit to the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, this Friday, August 5. Water shortage: in Seillans, each drop has
in these municipalities, said the minister, "there are supplies that are made with drinking water trucks that we transport [...] since it does not There is nothing more in the pipes ”. "The challenge is to tighten a number of restrictions to avoid getting there," he said. "The words of Elisabeth Borne are very clear: a historic drought," said the minister.
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"We know it will be the driest summer. We are in a situation that we have never known with 62 departments with crisis arrests. We will have to get used to episodes of this type, "added Christophe Béchu.
A “historic” situation
Video: Exceptional drought: 100 municipalities already deprived of drinking water (Dailymotion)
Friday morning, Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne activated the inter -ministerial crisis cell , which must meet in the Day, faced with the "historic situation that many territories are going through," said Matignon.
Christophe Béchu pleaded, in the territories which know "water deficits which extend", to "anticipate": "If you have to go and provide water, you should not worry about the morning where there is water in the pipes. "
heat wave: In the Vosges, the villages are lacking more and more water
© Frederic Tournay / Biosgarden / Biosphoto via AFP against the new heat wave that is about to rage on France, Météo France Placed five departments in orange alert in the heat wave, Sunday July 31, until Monday 4 p.m. Monday. In the Vosges, the consequences of these high temperatures are already felt with a strong shortage of water. Water with sparkling blue reflections, sailboats, a lush forest of fir trees and still very green meadows: Lake Gérardmer gives off a postcard atmosphere.
Desalination, pumping of lakes, tanker trucks ... How the municipalities adapt to the shortage of drinking water
" The difficulty in terms of logistics and routing is not the same "according to the municipalities, A Underlined the minister, according to whether it is a mountain commune, a large or a small agglomeration.
After the exploitation of lavender of Roundle, Christophe Béchu must go, in the company of the Minister of Agriculture Marc Fesneaux, on the river of the colostre, where he will evoke the challenges of drought and biodiversity.
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