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Capacity of London's sewage treatment works compared to their loading.

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Dear Thames Water,

Please release the following sets of figures for each and every of your sewage treatment plants serving London - (for example at Hogsmill, at Beddington, at Mogden, at Beckton, at Crossness, at Riverside, at Kew, and at Deephams) for each and every of the past five years. Please arrange your response in a separate Excel Spread sheet for each and every plant with data columns for each year.
1. The treatment capacity of the plant, namely its maximum total hydraulic flow per day for fully treated water. This figure should not include partially treated water or screened water or untreated water discharged from plant when this capacity is exceeded. It should only include water that has been fully treated at the plant.

2. The hydraulic flow into the plant per day of water from the network it serves. Please break down the figures into maximum hydraulic flow, minimum hydraulic flow, and average hydraulic flow.

3. An accurate calculation of the operating status of the plant, namely its loading, comparing its maximum treatment capacity (not including partially treated or screened or untreated water) with the maximum and average hydraulic flow into the plant. Please give this figure as a percentage of maximum full treatment capacity (as indicated in question 1.)

Yours faithfully,

Gareth Furby

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Dear Mr Furby,

Thank you for your information request.

To confirm, the timescale to respond to your request is 20 working days. However, due to the volume of data requested, we will require a 20 working day extension to complete your request. The new deadline for responding to your request is Friday 1st June 2018.

Thank you and kind regards

Michael
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Dear Mr Furby,

Thank you for your information request. Please find our EIR response attached and additional documents.
The password for attached excel sheet is '1244'.

Thank you and kind regards

Michael
Data Protection & EIR Coordinator
[email address]

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