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Green sewer 'disruptive' and 'expensive'

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Thames Water will today publish its latest plans for building what it calls a supersewer - a twenty mile long concrete tunnel that would cost more than £4bn and take seven years to build. Richard Aylard, director of sustainability for Thames Water, responds to criticism from London councils that it could be done quicker and cheaper.


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