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FloodHack QR code presentation

Pitch to #floodhack Feb 2014 about public reporting of flood asset faults
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Simon Redding

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of FloodHack QR code presentation

Letting the public tell us when we need to do work
This is a trash filtering screen that protects 2000 homes in the area of the Lower Frome river that is shown below. If you notice it is blocked, it is highly important that you inform the Environment Agency by scanning the code to the right on your phone and sending us a photo so that we can come out and maintain it, protecting you and your community.
Environment Agency
Scan here, or browse to is.gd/reportatrashscreen
Type of problem:
Details of problem:
Blocked trash screen
Screen is blocked by a large amount of vegetation & rubbish and is threatening to overflow the river
Report a problem
with flood protection
Thank you for submitting a report on your community's flood protections. Please take a photo and enter some details so we can tell you we've fixed the problem.
Your email address:
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