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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Jan 19, 2012 9:26 am

It's been ages....

08:33 today

Rower notification from Thames Water:  Hammersmith Pumping Station (PS)


Following the recent rainfall, Hammersmith PS has in the last hour discharged untreated storm sewage into the River Thames, due to lack of capacity in the existing sewer network.

We are working hard to develop the Thames Tunnel to address the unacceptable volume and frequency of these discharges.

The proposed tunnel would capture flows from the 34 most polluting 'combined sewer overflows' (CSOs) discharging to the river, including Hammersmith PS, and transfer the sewage to our works at Beckton in east London for treatment.

For more information view www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk 

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Jan 19, 2012 1:39 pm

now Mogden
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rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Jan 19, 2012, 12:03 PM
Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

and Hammersmith again:
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Hammersmith Pumping Station (PS)


Following the recent rainfall, Hammersmith PS has in the last hour discharged untreated storm sewage into the River Thames, due to lack of capacity in the existing sewer network.

We are working hard to develop the Thames Tunnel to address the unacceptable volume and frequency of these discharges.

The proposed tunnel would capture flows from the 34 most polluting 'combined sewer overflows' (CSOs) discharging to the river, including Hammersmith PS, and transfer the sewage to our works at Beckton in east London for treatment.

For more information view www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyFri Jan 20, 2012 11:02 pm

From rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk
Jan 20, 2012, 10:09 PM

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Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyTue Jan 24, 2012 1:11 pm

Today at 13:00..

Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water
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PostSubject: sewage discharge notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyTue Jan 24, 2012 7:38 pm

But not a peep out of the mob at Hammersmith, it was bucketing down all morning, its been raining all afternoon and still is.
Maybe the geyser had a glass of water and took sick.
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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptySun Feb 05, 2012 8:20 pm

Snow melt Evil or Very Mad


20:18
Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
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PostSubject: Sewage discharge notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptySun Feb 05, 2012 9:16 pm

The only sewage discharge i would like too see at the moment is the sewage managing Chelsea football club
3 up, thirty minutes to go and he takes off the best player on the pitch, come back jose. care free.
sorry, i know this has nothing to do with fishing, but it just seemed a good link
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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptySun Feb 05, 2012 10:08 pm

Hurting tonight mate, will discuss on Tuesday
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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyMon Feb 06, 2012 12:58 pm

more snow melt

12:42

Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

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Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyTue Feb 07, 2012 10:53 am

rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Feb 7, 2012, 10:19 AM
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyWed Feb 08, 2012 6:33 pm

Another one this afternoon:

rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Feb 8, 2012, 4:56 PM
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptySun Mar 04, 2012 4:46 pm

It's been raining pretty much all day today, so been expecting this:

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date 4 March 2012 16:06
Rower notification from Thames Water: Hammersmith Pumping Station (PS)

Following the recent rainfall, Hammersmith PS has in the last hour discharged untreated storm sewage into the River Thames, due to lack of capacity in the existing sewer network.

We are working hard to develop the Thames Tunnel to address the unacceptable volume and frequency of these discharges.

The proposed tunnel would capture flows from the 34 most polluting 'combined sewer overflows' (CSOs) discharging to the river, including Hammersmith PS, and transfer the sewage to our works at Beckton in east London for treatment.

For more information view www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

and this:
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4 March 2012 16:05
Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyMon Mar 05, 2012 5:09 pm

Mar 5, 2012, 5:04 PM
They sent another identical one 4 mintes later, I'll assume there was just the one event...
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyWed Apr 04, 2012 7:34 am

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rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Apr 4, 2012, 1:17 AM

Rower notification from Thames Water: Hammersmith Pumping Station (PS)

Following the recent rainfall, Hammersmith PS has in the last hour discharged untreated storm sewage into the River Thames, due to lack of capacity in the existing sewer network.

We are working hard to develop the Thames Tunnel to address the unacceptable volume and frequency of these discharges.

The proposed tunnel would capture flows from the 34 most polluting 'combined sewer overflows' (CSOs) discharging to the river, including Hammersmith PS, and transfer the sewage to our works at Beckton in east London for treatment.

For more information view www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Apr 19, 2012 2:14 pm

Ssshhhhh

Could it be we are getting the right type of rain, good for the rivers?

No sewage discharge notifications at all
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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Apr 19, 2012 4:15 pm

It's as if there was someone waiting for you to write that Dave Wink
Hopefully though the rain over the past few days gave the sewers a good flush before this lot came out.
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Hammersmith Pumping Station (PS)

Following the recent rainfall, Hammersmith PS has in the last hour discharged untreated storm sewage into the River Thames, due to lack of capacity in the existing sewer network.

We are working hard to develop the Thames Tunnel to address the unacceptable volume and frequency of these discharges.

The proposed tunnel would capture flows from the 34 most polluting 'combined sewer overflows' (CSOs) discharging to the river, including Hammersmith PS, and transfer the sewage to our works at Beckton in east London for treatment.

For more information view www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Apr 19, 2012 7:10 pm

And now Mogden:
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rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Apr 19, 2012, 6:59 PM

Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Apr 19, 2012 7:12 pm

Not good news Mogden as the tide is right down, this has the potential for damage.

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Apr 19, 2012 9:07 pm

legal and consented. i,ll wait til the survey on the thames estuary as i was going to fish here at thurrock this spring but the fish will stay out at sea on go into the medway estuary
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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyThu Apr 19, 2012 9:37 pm

Was on the River Lea this evening about 7pm at Three Mill Lane ,was there a discharge from Abbey lane pumping Station? about a mile upstream because the River was going out and on top was a thick brown sludge which looked
liked untreated sewage.This could have been caused by storm water cause of the heavy rain today.Don,t Know.

Also at the same time I stopped two foreign speaking people from starting to fish,one had four telescopic rods
set up to fish and the other had two.No law had been broken cause they had just arrived,but went when pointed out to them that the river season is from March 14th to June 16th and a £1000 fine could be imposed.I noticed the lack of EA warning notices on this River in place .Maybe they knew they would be breaking the law if
caught fishing who knows?It would be nice if the EA placed warning signs the likes that we have on the River Roding.
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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptyFri Apr 20, 2012 3:05 pm

All discharging just now...
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Apr 20, 2012, 2:50 PM

Rower notification from Thames Water: Hammersmith Pumping Station (PS)

Following the recent rainfall, Hammersmith PS has in the last hour discharged untreated storm sewage into the River Thames, due to lack of capacity in the existing sewer network.

We are working hard to develop the Thames Tunnel to address the unacceptable volume and frequency of these discharges.

The proposed tunnel would capture flows from the 34 most polluting 'combined sewer overflows' (CSOs) discharging to the river, including Hammersmith PS, and transfer the sewage to our works at Beckton in east London for treatment.

For more information view www.thamestunnelconsultation.co.uk

Regards
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Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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PostSubject: Re: Sewage Discharge Notification   Sewage Discharge Notification - Page 9 EmptySat Apr 21, 2012 7:26 pm

When I was in my teens living a couple of hundred yards from the River Lea in a flat(tenant slum)overlooking
Limehouse Cut,the River always had smelly crap floating on top most of which was spewed out by chemical plants and factories into the river.The River and Cut in those days held huge amounts of fish seen on a daily basis topping all over.Perhaps they still had natural food to survive on.
The other evening I witnessed what no pictures or words can describe,the rawness of the stuff floating on top for a hundred yards across and five hundred yards plus upstream.When you witness this first hand ,you understand the passion people have to reign in the authorities responsible for this carnage.
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rower.notification@thameswater.co.uk sent it to me on Apr 22, 2012, 9:17 PM

Rower notification from Thames Water: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW)

Within the next hour, Mogden Sewage Treatment Works will be discharging heavily diluted storm water into the River Thames.

Storm water is screened, settled in tanks and mixed with fully treated wastewater before it reaches the river.

We regret the necessity to discharge partly treated effluent in this way. Improvements are already under way at Mogden to reduce the chance of this happening in the future.

Until this essential work is done, London's sewer network - which is Victorian - and other facilities will remain overstretched. This means that after heavy rain there is simply nowhere else for excess storm sewage to go, which is why these discharges, though regrettable, are legal and consented.

Regards
Thames Water

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Doh, more and more. Only good thing, if there is one, it may have delayed any potential fish kill as the sewer have been flushed.
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