It’s estimated that London’s complex sewage network could easily stretch the length of the Earth, collecting and feeding waste through our intricate system of drains, pipes and treatment plants. Impressive as this may be, combine it with the 8 million people living in the capital, and it perhaps takes a different stance, giving an insight into the current strain our drainage infrastructure is under.
As Europe’s most densely populated metropolis, London is experiencing the greatest levels of growth, yet it possesses some of the oldest infrastructure. Fortunately we offer clients a comprehensive service, ensuring that our sewer network is more than capable of handling everything that is thrown at it.
Last night sadly marked the end of London 2012. The Paralympics came to a close with Team GB coming third, behind China and Russia, with 120 medals in total, 34 of those were gold. Sarah Storey and David Weir both won the most amount of medals for Team GB, earning 4 each in their events.
The Olympics and Paralympics have been enjoyed by all and it appears that the whole of London as well as the UK have embraced the games, with all the support certainly adding to our success.
Coldplay, Rihanna and Jay-Z all played at the closing ceremony at the Olympic Park, marking the handover and lead up to Rio in 2016. We must say that Rihanna looked beautiful. Obviously she must be a big fan of Hydro Cleansing and our fleet!