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Offline Bilgerat

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Re: Rochester Pumping Station
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2017, 12:09:49 »
This pumping station is one of a number daisy-chained together, which pump raw sewage to the sewage works at Whitewall Creek, just by the mouth of the Medway Tunnel, via the Service Bridge at Rochester. Whitewall Creek Works processes sewage from Hoo, Wainscott, Frindsbury, Upnor, Strood, Chatham and Rochester. It is one of the two main sewage works serving the Medway conurbation, the other being Motney Hill.
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