Gallery: Thames Water to Transform London’s Sewage Into Drinking Water ...

 

Thames Water, the company that provides drinking water for the city of London, has unveiled a new long-term strategy that will recycle sewage to provide drinking water for the entire population. The strategy looks to address the challenges the city will face in the next 25 years as the population the company serves grows from 9 million to 10.4 million by 2040. This will increase demand by between 230 and 340 million liters per day, with about 80 per cent of this rise expected in London.

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  1. gmoke May 10, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    Anybody talked to John Todd? He’s been making Living Machines that clean up sewage, septage, and sludges for two or three decades now using ecological design engineering.

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