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ICE hosts Thames Tideway photo exhibition


The ICE is hosting a photography exhibition at its London headquarters to celebrate critical water infrastructure. Supported by Tideway – the company behind the Thames Tideway Tunnel – Matthew Joseph’s “River People” photography documents the lives of people who regularly use the Thames.



Exhibition: One of the images

Tideway’s civil engineers and technicians will be constructing the new sewer for the next eight years to stop untreated sewage overflowing into the Thames and support London’s growing population. 

 “This exhibition reminds us that the river is used and enjoyed by many, and demonstrates why we must care for it for future generations,” said ICE director of engineering knowledge Nathan Baker. 

  • lThe exhibition is free to visit and runs from 22 April to 3 June. Click here for more information

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