A new report has found that wet wipe pollution in the river has grown to the size of two tennis courts in the last six years
Three separate studies have found high levels of microplastics are impacting the river, seriously affecting its inhabitants, habitats, water column and shoreline
Tideway has published its latest annual report confirming the project is on schedule to be finished by 2024
We got access to the Thames Tideway Tunnel to find out how it will affect pollution levels in the river…
ELN explores the sewers of London and looks at how Thames Water is going to make the river cleaner for future generations.
Rivers in Oxford are usually reserved for rowers and tourists trying out punts but now one is about to get another – more powerful – use. That’s after a community hydropower scheme in Oxford raised £296,000 by selling shares in just 10 days. The Osney Lock project on the River Thames in Oxford will generate […]
Thames Water could boost its bills by as much as £80 a year to pay for a four billion pound super sewer in London. The water provider which operates 66,500 miles of sewer is said to have warned its wastewater customers – it has around 14 million of these – by leaflets about the rise. […]