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There are concerns that the standing water from the recent floods could be contaminated.
Snow ploughs are being used to help clear the debris and pavements are also being power washed by the council as part of the clean-up operation - it's thought it will take several weeks.
David Sutton says that fallen trees also need chopping up and carrying away.
Following the floods along the River Severn, snow ploughs have been out in Worcester helping to clear debris now that water levels have fallen. Pavements are also being power washed by the council as part of the clean-up operation.
A clean-up operation is underway in Worcester two weeks after the city was hit by the highest floods since 2007.
The operation is expected to take several weeks and council staff have been drafted in to help clean flooded homes of elderly residents.