Norwich Whitlingham

Anglian Water diverts sewage water Norwich by means of technical tour de force

Anglian Water has pushed technical boundaries by diverting all Norwich wastewater. This wastewater diversion is part of a £ 4 million modernization project in Whitlingham.

In order to upgrade Norwich's main sewer pipe, the utility company directs 190 million liters of wastewater per day through a huge overland pipe to nearby water treatment. Thanks to this impressive technical solution, residents can continue to use their toilets and washing machines. Traditional methods usually lead to some kind of disturbance from tankers or roadworks, but by using pipeline diversion over land, no one is hit and everything just goes on.
In addition, the pipe bridge ensures that the local road can remain open for the entire duration of the regulation and will see only minimal disturbance the day it is removed. The work was completed in July 2019.

For more information, read the media reports:
Anglian Water Service - on LinkedIn
WWT about Project Anglian Water Service

Services
Rent
Type of project
Wastewater
Branch
Industry
Client
Hydrainer
Year
2019
Country
Great Britain
Location
Norwich Whitlingham

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