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54 36 50N 03 09 24W
Altitude 81 metres
Class 4, fails Class 1, 2 on presence of sewage works with sprayed water settlement tanks and unstable ground cover and open tank area. Fails Class 3 on evidence (see head image) of probably widespread use of herbicide as is reputed to be the case at sewage works. Basis fail Class 3 on “Ground covered with natural and low vegetation (<25 cm) representative of the region; “, which includes the met enclosure.
UHI, local sewage works, distance none.
Keswick, Lake District is one of the wettest areas of the UK. There is no dry season so it is unlikely that was drought die-back and normal.
If this is unfair please tell me.
Input on the prevalence and practices at UK works would be appreciated because I am going largely on memory. I have been aware of the station and it’s location for a few years. There are known problems with viable seed in grey water.
Any other explanations are welcome.