Engineers call for technical fix to tackle rising rainfall

James S Murray
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As Met Office confirms 2012 was the second wettest year on record, civil engineers warn only improved water management can tackle rising flood risks

Engineers have today called for the creation of a new national Water Security Task Force, as the Met Office confirmed that 2012 came within a few millimetres of being named the wettest year since records...

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