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Again massive vetberg discovered in the English sewer system: verstoppend structure of six double-decker buses long
The environment is A giant block of hardened grease, oil and wet wipes. 64 metres long and so as long as six double-decker buses stacked one behind the other. That is the upsetting discovery during a routine check-up in a sewer in a popular British seaside resort. It will be eight weeks to the messy business to clean up.

A vetberg arises as a snowball: doorgespoelde wet wipes clot with oil and grease, and gradually turn to a rock hard mass forms. This samengekoekte colossus clogged a sewer at hardly a few meters from the sea, near the coastal town of Sidmouth in the Southern English county of Devon.

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The “monster” - as the director of the competent water company South West Water and the hard structure in the drainage calls - should now be cut into pieces and disposed of. That job will be eight weeks and be carried out “in extremely challenging conditions”. the

Next month the cleanup of start. Workers will also be a kind of wet suits carry with oxygen bottles. the

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