How wet wipes are destroying the Thames

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How wet wipes are destroying the Thames

Londoners are being urged to put wet wipes in bins and not down toilets. The tissues have become some of the most common unwanted items found in the Thames - so much so, that experts say they're now putting the river's health at risk. People are being invited to the banks of the Thames in Hammersmith this weekend, to see the volume of wet wipes ending up in the water for themselves. 

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