Polluted rivers of North East London given SuDS boost

Thames 21 (an environmental charity) has been given funding to retrofit SuDS components (bioretention) in an around the Salmons Brook tributary of the River Lea in the London Borough of Enfield which is one of the most polluted rivers in the UK. The Defra funded project builds on the Love the Lea campaign. The project will actively work with the community, harnessing their knowledge and enthusiasm to monitor and improve the health of Salmons Brook. For Thames21's press release please click here
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