Lower-than-average rainfall in recent months has forced Southern Water to apply for a drought permit to refill one of its reservoirs. If rainfall doesn’t increase in the South East of England this winter, water companies will face drought in the summer. Katey Pigden looks at how companies are guarding against water supplies running dry.

By Katey Pigden

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