'Poo power': Thames Water converts sewage sludge into electricity for more than 2,000 homes

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Beddington sewage treatment works - Credit: Thames Water
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Beddington sewage treatment works - Credit: Thames Water

Hogsmill and Beddington treatment works exporting enough green electricity to power more than 2,000 homes and businesses for six months

Thames Water has revealed it has converted two of its sewage treatment works into "poo power plants", capable of supplying electricity to more than 2,000 south west London homes and businesses for over...

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