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Thames Water awards £35 million contract to J Murphy & Sons for Deephams sewage works upgrade

The contract between Thames Water and J Murphy & Sons is part of a £50 million upgrade on east London’s Deepham sewage works

The upgrades at the Deepham sewage treatment works, Edmonton, involve rebuilding the sewage works’ inlet, where sewage enters the works, and fitting a new pumping station and better screens to sieve out debris. Two new storm tanks will be built to hold excess sewage flows, and self-cleaning devices will be fitted to existing storm tanks to ensure they empty more quickly and reduce odour.

Andy Love, Labour MP for Edmonton said: “On behalf of my constituents, I’ve taken a keen interest in the operation of Deephams sewage works for many years. I’m particularly happy to see that Thames Water’s investment plans will have a positive impact on the Edmonton plant, and will address long-standing issues including odour.”

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