100 fatbergs cleared from the capital's sewers daily

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100 fatbergs cleared from the capital's sewers daily

More than 100 so-called fatbergs are being cleared from the captial's sewers ever day.

That's according to Thames Water which says the annual clean up cost now stands at £18 million.

In a bid to reduce that bill, it revealed a new installation on the South Bank, reminding Londoners of the impact of pouring fat and flushing nappies.

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