Today between 4pm-6:30pm at the junction of Wandsworth Bridge Road with New Kings Road, Hammersmith, Hydro Cleansing will be attending Exchanging Places, supporting the Metropolitan Police in promoting cycle safety.
Cyclists, as well as other road users, can climb up into the cab of a lorry and find out just how little you can see from the driver’s seat, ultimately learning more generally about how to cycle safely in and around London.
To find out more about this event or any other future events click the link below:http://content.met.police.uk/Article/Cycle-marking-events/1400005859885/1400005859885
Hydro Cleansing‘s engineers are called out, on a daily basis, to blockages of all shapes and sizes, from pump stations to drainage systems throughout London and the South East.
After flushing you probably don’t give it another thought, heading on your way, but our sewer network is only designed to deal with human waste and toilet paper.
All other items should be binned, including any product that claims to be flushable.
This will help prevent any future problems or blockages you may experience.
Unfortunately these items are found and dealt with on a daily basis:
Some of the stranger objects that have been discovered:
London’s sewer network originates from the Victorian era. Before the system was initially installed sewage was simply discharged into the River Thames which, believe it or not, was also the main source of drinking water for the capitals residents. Evidently this regularly created wide spread outbreaks of disease and combined with ‘The Great Stink’ of 1858, lead to the government’s plan to take action.
Works started in 1859 when Joseph Bazalgette, a top engineer, was drafted in to create the London sewer network. It was initially planned, when work commenced, to serve two and a half million people, but after completion it was already serving four million. Since this time widespread work has been carried out expanding the existing system for the ever increasing population, most recently the Thames Tideway Tunnel.
London is now Europe’s most densely populated metropolis, with the greatest level of growth and some of the oldest infrastructure. Today’s network now serves over 8 million people and it’s estimated that it could easily stretch the length of the earth. Here at Hydro Cleansing we offer clients a comprehensive service, helping to ensure that our sewer network is more than capable of handling everything that is thrown at it.
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