Infrastructure provider to deliver London's 'super' sewer

July 2014
WET News: Water & Effluent Treatment News;Jul2014, Vol. 20 Issue 17, p4
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The article informs that Thames Water will seek competitive bids to finance 4.2 billion pounds for the Thames Tideway Tunnel and the consideration of project as Specified Infrastructure Project (SIP) under the rulings of Great Britain's Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs.


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