operates across London and the Thames Valley supplying water
services to 9 million customers and wastewater services to 14
million. On average, each day the company supplies 2.6 billion
litres of drinking water, and removes and treats more than 4
billion litres of sewage. Thames Water operates and maintains
100 water treatment works, 30 raw water reservoirs, 288 pumping
station, 235 underground service reservoirs and 32,000
kilometres of mains. For its wastewater services, assets include
350 sewage treatment works (including Beckton, the largest in
Europe), 108,000 km of sewer, 2,530 pumping stations and 1.2
million manholes. Thames Water generates 176 GWh of renewable
electricity, making it the largest generator of 'green power'
within the M25.
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case studies detailing the Thames Water projects featured in the UK Water Projects publication since 2002