London, United Kingdom

London's £4.5 billion Tideway Tunnel project is reaching its final stages, with construction nearly 90% complete. This extensive endeavor aims to resolve sewage overflow issues and enhance the water quality of the River Thames in the UK capital. Once fully operational by 2025, it is set to significantly improve the river's cleanliness by redirecting sewage and runoff during heavy rainfall, curbing the discharge of 40 million tons of untreated sewage into the Thames each year. However, the project has faced financial scrutiny and public perception challenges due to increased water and sewage bills, making it imperative for Thames Water to effectively communicate the long-term benefits and environmental significance of this monumental infrastructure upgrade.

Read more: London's Thames Tideway ‘Super Sewer’ Promises a Cleaner River - Bloomberg