Following on from Prime Minister David Camerons television promise that British structures must contain an element of British produced steel. Worried City engineers have discovered substantive amounts of iron oxidation turning water pockets within the City Centre, a light brown colour.
The officials traced the source back to recent engineering works. As a result The Borges Boulevard throughway is to be closed from midnight, so the 'rusty distressed' iron toothcomb artistic dividers, sourced some suggest from China cheap heavy metal imports, can be faced internally with preformed British sourced steel interliners.
This scheme is to cope with 'swimming pool quantities of rusty coloured water' the result of recent storm conditions, and held within the oval shaped tree 'leaky' container structures (designed to water a line of rootballed trees) from entering into City waterways.
Instead any ironised water run off will be bulk pumped out overnight from midnight, for a maximum period of twelve hours, held in a temporary vinyl liner emergency water bowser loaned by a fire service and placed inside the Open Air Public Lido, which ironically is currently closed to the public.
Exposure to air and 'hot air evaporation osmosis' leaves a residual oxide, which can be safely mixed into and distributed garden soil products.
A spokeswoman claimed there had not been a cover up or delay, but unconvincingly she put the lack of public information down to:
Source: R.Iver & T.Hames AprilShowerfool
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