In action: The environmental legacy of the Thames Tideway Tunnel

2 March 2019

The Thames Tideway Tunnel is a new major piece of infrastructure for London, capturing an average of 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage which currently enters the tidal River Thames every year. If no action is taken, this is anticipated to reach 70 million tonnes by 2020.

This three-page case study explores how Tideway is modernising a 150-year old sewer system, that was designed for a population less than half its current size, into a new thriving community hub that will reduce the amount of sewage and single-use plastic seeping into the River Thames.

The case study also features insight from ERG's (Air Pollution Control) managing director Richard Hanson on how the company helped the project overcome a "unique odour challenge".



Fill out the form on the left and click "read the case study" to download this free "In action" piece.


| water improvements | Sustainable Development Goals | Case Studies

N.B. The information contained in this entry is provided by ERG (Air Pollution Control) Ltd, and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher.

© Faversham House Group Ltd 2019. edie news articles may be copied or forwarded for individual use only. No other reproduction or distribution is permitted without prior written consent.