The 64-metre-long vetberg was at the end of last year for the first time noted during an inspection of the sewage system. Water company South West Water left after a 3D-scan of the structure, that is longer than four double-decker buses. Such a vetbergen arise because of people who waste such as grease, diapers, and wet wipes by the toilet flushing. the
The man who vetberg in december, discovered, told a local media that his eyes could not believe. “It is very creepy in that portion of the drainage. And it looks like something out of a horror movie,” said the 51-year-old Chris Ewart from Plymouth.
The water company notices that Chris Ewart the vetberg just in time discovered. If the vetberg even greater would be, he would have the “excellent water quality” in Sidmouth probably have influenced. For the verwijderingsoperatie employees with gas masks and oxygen bottles the drains in. Once down, they should the filthy vetberg to tackle with pick axes and high-pressure cleaners heat. The waste is then sent to the surface are sucked and removed. It will also be processed into green energy.