It was a £8 million water treatment plant built in 2013.
It was also the first water treatment system in the world to treat the entire Thames estuary.
Today, the project is a disaster.
Its water treatment works on the Thames is not being paid for and is not paying for any of its costs.
The site of the Thames water treatment project is in the middle of a massive sewerage project that is being completed by Thames Water.
The sewerage system will be running on the river for the next 25 years, so the water treatment plants are no longer working.
The system also doesn’t pay for the water it purifies from the river.
“If you look at the cost per unit, it’s a waste, it is not sustainable, and the government should be looking at why it is doing this, but they don’t have the resources to do that,” said Paul Taylor, chief executive of the London Water Campaign.
Water treatment is a vital part of London’s water supply.
But it is now in a state of disrepair.
The city has been forced to spend £30 million on a new wastewater treatment plant at Walthamstow to treat more than 1,000 million litres of waste per day.
It is now due to be up and running in 2023.
But the cost of the water-treatment plants is expected to be as much as £70 million, according to the London water campaign.
A water treatment centre at a building in London.
The Thames water treated water treatment facility at Wapping, London.
Water is now a critical part of the city’s water network, but it is also becoming more expensive.
According to the Waterwatch report published last year, the cost to treat water for Londoners was almost double the amount spent on London’s sewerage systems.
The report found that London has been paying for the sewage treatment plants for more than 30 years and that the cost is now more than twice as high as the cost spent on sewerage.
It is a worrying situation that the water is being paid by the taxpayer to waste water that could have been used for more productive purposes.
The problem was highlighted in a report commissioned by the WaterWatch group.
It said that, in order to meet the demand for water, water treatment could not be built without the money to pay for its maintenance.
The water treatment scheme is also costing the taxpayer more than the amount that the city has spent on its sewers.
The Metropolitan police estimated that the total cost of water treatment is £4.6 million per year, or $8.6m per year.
This figure is likely to be higher because it includes the cost for water to be pumped out of the sewers to a treatment plant.
This water is also being treated by a sewage treatment plant which is also operating, meaning the city is paying for water treatment without any water being pumped out.
“We have the power to clean up our water,” said Taylor.
“The government has got to find the money.”
The cost of Thames Water’s water treatment is estimated at £7.4 million per annum.
This includes the costs of its sewage treatment and its sewage and waste water treatment systems, which are both under construction.
The Met said that this amount of water could be used for other purposes, such as the sewerage treatment of storm water.
“It is an extremely expensive project and the Thames Water scheme has already cost the taxpayer £12 million.
That is just the cost that we are paying,” said Met Commissioner Simon Chapman.”
The amount of money that has already been spent on the project in London, we will pay back, but we cannot continue to fund the Thames system without the water.”
The water is now being pumped from the Thames to the treatment plant by Thames Water and is being treated for the first time at a nearby factory.
It will be pumped to the factory to be processed for sewage, which is then treated at the plant.
It has already taken seven years to complete the construction of the plant, and will be operating in 2026.
Despite the cost, Thames Water says that it has no plans to build a sewage-treatment plant anywhere in London anytime soon.
“Our current plans are for the Thames, the Thames River and the river Thames to be treated for all water, for all waste, for water as well as wastewater,” said Thames Water spokesperson Simon Stokes.
“This is our focus for the year, but as we continue to invest in this new facility, we are confident that the system will operate safely and effectively.
If you go to a London park, you will see that the Thames Valley is treated at a different plant than the Thames.”
There is no sign that Thames Water is planning to stop the work it is already doing on the plant in the future.
“If it was a planned project, Thames would have been doing this as part of