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The firm has already applied for a permit to take more water from Ennerdale Water in Cumbria to try to make up for low levels elsewhere. It is also applying to take more water from Windermere.
Mr Sanders added: "We need to be very mindful that we share our water supply with the environment and we all need to do our bit to protect supplies for the Nike Roshe Mens Hype
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In extreme circumstances, they can apply for an emergency drought order that would shut off water supplies from Nike Roshe Womens Custom homes and force people to use standpipes.
"There are some simple things we can all do such as turning off the tap while brushing teeth and running washing machines and dishwashers with a full load."
People can still water their gardens with a watering can and wash their vehicles using a bucket and sponge.
"It is not a decision we have taken lightly, but a hosepipe can use as much water in an hour as a family of four would use in one day.
Hosepipe bans are the first level of restrictions water companies can impose during a shortage.
The firm said reports that water firms use helicopters to snoop on customers is an urban myth.
Britain has had its driest start to a year since records began in 1929, and the entire north west has been on drought alert for weeks.
United Utilities will bring in the restrictions the first in the north west for 14 years on the majority of its seven million customers on Friday.
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"This ban will help us to safeguard essential water supplies to our customers if the drought continues."
The ban will apply to customers who get their water supply from United Utilities, with the exception of customers in Carlisle, Allerdale, Copeland and the north Eden Valley, where supplies are at reasonable levels.
They do not need permission from the government or the Environment Agency.
Current legislation only allows water firms to ban the use of hosepipes or sprinklers for watering private gardens and washing private cars.
benefit not just of our own communities but also our river wildlife.
John Sanders, the firm's regulation and strategy manager, said: "Despite some recent rainfall in the north of the region, reservoir levels are still significantly lower than we would expect at this time of year and are now at a point where we need to impose some temporary restrictions on our customers.
before the position starts to turn around. We are asking our customers to please observe the hosepipe ban and do what they can to save water in other areas of their daily lives.
Water fountains in Manchester use recycled water and will remain unaffected, but the firm will now ask local councils to start taking their own steps to save water.
Bosses at the water company are also applying for drought permits to release less water into rivers from Rivington reservoir, near Bolton, and at Longdendale in Derbyshire. told how the region would need two months of rain in a few days to avoid it.
If conditions worsen, water firms can apply to the government for a 'non essential use ban' preventing people from using water for things like washing buildings, filling fish ponds or watering allotments.
The ground is so parched that four inches of rain would have had to fall for depleted reservoirs to see any increase in water levels.
Hosepipe ban from Friday after driest weather on record
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