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The tunnel boring machines are grinding their way beneath the streets of London this very minute. The goal: to complete construction of the Thames Tideway Scheme by 2023, a 25-kilometer-long tunnel needed to transport London’s sewage and rain run-off to faraway water treatment plants, preventing it from being dumped into the Thames. The work, which will cost £4.2 billion (€4.7 billion), has been called London’s largest water infrastructure project in 150 years. In fact, its construction will make it possible to completely renew the city sewer system, reducing the volume of wastewater poured into the Thames by 95%. According to the calculations of the British Ministry of Economic Development, once the work is finished it will create a benefit to the British economy of £13 billion pounds (€14.5 billion).

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  12/12/2018
 
AN UNDERGROUND TUNNEL TO SAVE THE THAMES
 

The Thames Tideway Scheme, the super-tunnel to handle London wastewater, is slated to be finished in 2023

 

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  12/12/2018
 
CHINA’S FOCUS ON INFRASTRUCTURE
 

The Chinese government has invested nearly $274 billion in large construction projects around the world in the past 15 years

 


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