When is it happening?Following a detailed planning and design phase, construction works commenced early 2013 with work on the sewer transfer main between Dutson Downs and Loch Sport. The household wastewater is pumped into a network of pressure sewers under the road reserve that take it to the Mosgiel Wastewater Treatment Plant. Retrieved 2016-07-28. (subscription required) ^ Pitt, Vern (31 January 2013). «Thames Water delays £4.1bn ‘super sewer’ tender». Building. Alan Scott, Scottish Water’s Finance Director, said: “The UK’s first sewage to heat scheme in Galashiels is an excellent example of how water resources can be harnessed and maximised, furthering the development of Scotland’s low carbon economy. This includes the grinder pump unit and pump discharge pipe (located in the property). The pump discharge pipe is connected to a boundary kit in the road reserve outside the property. The principle developed for priority sewer schemes, such as Wyee, is that the boundary for the serviced area is the existing concentration of urban settlement.
Retrieved 31 July 2013. ^ «London’s ‘super sewer’ gets the go ahead». BBC News. 12 September 2014. Retrieved 21 September 2014. ^ «More on the Government’s summary dismissal of the Planning Inspectorate’s recommendations». Clean Thames Now and Always. High-powered sewer cleansing technology delivered by Lanes Group is help control costs associated with an important new road scheme in Swansea. Mobilisation work for the ‘West’ tunnel will begin in September this year with completion scheduled for 2022. The Thames Tideway Tunnel project will create more than 9,000 direct and indirect jobs at the peak of construction. The Wyee sewer system will be highly subsided and it is not equitable for other water users in the Hunter to provide any additional funding.
This part is known as the Thames Tideway Tunnel. The Punjab cabinet on Tuesday approved the introduction of a scheme to include water supply and sewerage charges in the electricity bills of urban consumers in the state. For special categories, after the water meters are installed, the 2% collection would be stopped and they would be charged at the rate of Rs 15.20 (Rs 7.60 each for water and sewerage) per kilolitre. The sewage treatment plant design will allow for future duplication of the scheme to accommodate the village of Potato Point. To ensure environmental impacts of the new scheme are minimised, effluent disposal will be via irrigation of surrounding agricultural land.