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David Harvey


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PostSubject: Sewage Notifications   Wed Jun 08, 2011 7:58 pm

We have been hassling Thames Water and they have got the link up again. Funny how everyone is standing to attention now and taking notice....

So sign up if you want to know when Mogden are Polluting.

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Notifications   Mon Jul 11, 2011 6:20 pm

Following more questions from the TAC, a change to the notifications

Changes to your notifications from Thames Water

We have had good feedback on our email notification system about discharges
to the River Thames from Mogden STW. This system has been running for some
time and is clearly helpful to river users, so I wanted to let you know
that we now intend to extend it to include discharges from Hammersmith
Sewage Pumping Station (SPS). Hammersmith SPS discharges around two
million cubic metres of storm water to the river in a typical year, on
50-60 occasions, from a submerged outlet just downstream of Hammersmith
bridge. These discharges are carried both upstream and down by the tide -
for details see the animation at

The notifications about discharges from Hammersmith SPS will commence
on ....

As you may know, we are currently planning the Thames Tunnel which will
capture storm sewage discharged from Hammersmith SPS and 33 other polluting
combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and transfer it to Beckton sewage works, in
east London, for treatment. More details of the problem and our proposed
solution are at

Thames Water
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