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Broken Sewer
- SteveA (16th Feb 2020 10:51:17)

A tree that came down in the night has broken the cast iron sewer pipe that runs alongside the footpath adjacent to Lucky's field at the end of Weylands Close. I've reported it to the EA who will hopefully pass it on to Thames Water so there is no need for anyone else to spend half the morning on hold trying to let someone know. Hopefully action will be taken promptly as the sewage is getting into the storm drain which goes straight into the river Wey 20m away.

Re: Broken Sewer
- Rodger (16th Feb 2020 22:56:42)

Hi just trying to work out where it is. Is the tree down near any houses?

Re: Broken Sewer
- MJR (17th Feb 2020 12:18:27)

A falling tree has fractured a suspended 225 mm foul sewer pipe serving a large portion of Liphook. The fractured pipe is located approximately 100 metres west of Radford Bridge adjacent to the track on the south side.
Thames Water are currently pumping sewage into tankers, currently parked on London Road, which is causing some traffic delays.
Unfortunately some foul sewage is still entering the River Wey due to the volume of sewage flowing through the pipe .
Thames Water are aiming to repair the pipe by the end of today and hopefully will clear the sewage residue from the flood plain.

Re: Broken Sewer
- Sam (17th Feb 2020 14:10:27)

I’d like to add a big well done and thank you to the original poster, Steve, for kindly taking the time to report this. I saw the tankers there this morning and I’m sure Steve’s prompt action and caring community spirit has meant the clear up has been in time to save any damage being done to our precious river’s ecosystem. I spent a few minutes of my morning dog walk on my hands and knees retrieving an old plastic bottle from the river in Radford Park. It doesn’t take much out of our day to each do a little bit to make a difference.

Re: Broken Sewer
- MJR (18th Feb 2020 09:36:15)

The fractured sewer pipe has now been repaired

Re: Broken Sewer
- Stanley (18th Feb 2020 12:44:19)

Great news! I have been busting to go.

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