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Work advances on London's super sewer as connections from the new Tideway are added to join with the existing sewer network. In preparation for the work, a chamber was flooded prior to tunnelling to maintain pressure with the surrounding river water.
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Ofwat is considering altering Tideway's licence to acknowledge the delays and additional costs incurred because of Covid-19. It is consulting on changing the amount customers pay from 60 to 85 per cent of the c.£200million extra that the pandemic is anticipated to have added to the price of delivering the super sewer.
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The cost of covid-related delays has added £233 million and nine months to the forecast for London's super super. Tideway is discussing with Ofwat how to mitigate the extra cost.
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Thames Tideway programme director Andy Alder talks Utility Week through the measures being put in place to protect the health and safety of those returning to work on the super sewer, including a traffic light system for different working areas and tailored travel plans for staff commutes.
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Work has resumed on the Thames Tideway project this week after drilling was paused due to the coronavirus outbreak. Meanwhile, the company behind the project has been awarded a 74 ESG score by S&P, highlighting the environmental benefits of the finished project.
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