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129,808. They treat three billion litres of waste every day, unblocking sewers, toilets and overflowing drains. Blasting fatbergs blocking up the pipes. And going down sewers to shovel what’s left. Seven Trent is the UK’s second biggest water company, and the sewer men have a stinking job on their hands. It’s a dirty, wet and often thankless task. But somebody’s got to do it. Sewer Men I, ITV 2019
129,809. Every year Seven Trent unblocks 45,000 sewer pipes across 9,000 square miles. ibid.
129,812. Across the Midlands there’s a network of sewage pipes stretching 94,000 kilometres. It’s Britain’s largest sewage network outside London. ibid.
129,812. Wet wipes – the scourge of the sewers. ibid.
129,872. Seven Trent Water serves eight million customers across the Midlands and parts of Wales. Every day they take away and treat 2.77 million litres of waste through a 94,000 kilometre network of sewers. Sewer Men II
129,873. The well is clogged up with wet-wipes, sanitary products and cotton buds … known as ‘rag’. ibid.
129,874. ‘You do get used to it.’ ibid. sewer man
113,275. A team from Thames Water are getting ready for a night out with a difference. Tonight sewer-flushers Gary and Tim are on the attack; they’re involved in an ongoing battle with fat. (London & Sewage) Oxford Street Revealed s3e5
129,810. Around New York City, samples collected at dozens of beaches or piers have detected the types of bacteria and other pollutants tied to sewage overflows. Though the city’s drinking water comes from upstate reservoirs, environmentalists say untreated excrement and other waste in the city's waterways pose serious health risks. Charles Duhigg