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28 July 2022
Text message conversations can be struck up with flood defences and other assets by scanning QR codes. The QR code is mounted on them or nearby in 4 locations, with a fifth to be added later this year.
Liz Taylor, flood resilience engagement advisor, said:
"Finding new and interesting ways to engage people is key. And using Hello Lamp Post technology will help make us more relevant to a newer audience who prefer texting.
But the advice being shared through our growing network is relevant to everyone. How to stay safe in a flood. How defences work. And ways to start making lifestyle changes to cut down on plastic waste from our in-house team of experts.
We also hope to add advice on saving water from South West Water in the future. If you see one of QR codes during the school holiday, try it."
Interactive objects can be found at:
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