Moving Forward at Mogden

An Update from Thames Water


Mogden Residents' Action Group (MRAG)

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We are nearly past the peak of construction activity, and have almost finished building three of the four key treatment areas being extended.

The improvements will increase the site's capacity by 50 per cent, reducing the amount of sewage that overflows into the River Thames following heavy rain.

This month we are taking delivery of four large stainless steel vessels that will be installed and used as part of the sewage treatment process. These are being delivered overnight to limit impact on traffic in the
surrounding area.

Meanwhile, we are a third of the way through creating the foundations for the last treatment area to be extended, which we plan to complete in November.  We are also in the process of removing the supporting walls that held open previous excavations.  These activities can generate noise and vibration, but we are working hard to keep this to an absolute minimum.

Working hours for the main construction activities will continue to be limited to between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

Thank you for bearing with us while we carry out this essential work. We apologise for any inconvenience it may cause.

On Thursday 29 September, from 5.30pm to 7pm, you can meet members of our team, view our plans, and provide any feedback at our next informal drop-in session at Twickenham Stadium.  Free parking will be available in the main car park. On arrival please report to reception at Rugby House Door A,
situated in the South Stand.

We will continue to update you on our progress, but if you have any questions please call 0845 641 0030, quoting 'Mogden'.  Our lines are always open.

September 28, 2011

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