Case study: Increased capacity of sewer/drainage system, Thames, London

Description of the application

London is consulting on a € 6 B scheme to build a 39km tunnel of 7m diameter at a depth of nearly 80m beneath the river Thames. It will track the course of the river from west to east London allowing the associated drop shafts to intercept combined sewer overflows on both banks.

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Last modified: Sept. 13, 2016, 5:02 a.m.

 


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