Sewage Fungus

Thames21 'Love the Lea' campaign

River Ecology Talk at the Lancasterian School

Friday, 15 February 2013 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

River ecology talk by Theo Thomas, London Canalkeeper at Thames21 at the...

Clean Water, Ecology, Eels, Events, Lancasterian Primary School, Pollution, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Sewage Fungus, Stickleback, Waste Water

Sewage fungus in the Moselle River, coating the reeds - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

The Moselle River is Telling Us 'It is Ill'

Sewage fungus is a clear sign a river is sick. It grows when the pollution in the river is bad enough to see bacteria grow so much that it forms long grey feathery strands and clumps.

When...

Clean Water, Ecology, Lordship Rec, Pollution, River Moselle, Sewage Fungus, Sewer, Sustainability, Waste Water

Green Walls Cody Dock

Citizen Action for River Health

The latest stage of Love the Lea is practical action – citizen action.

We now have our first teams of water quality testers across the London Borough of Enfield. 25 people have been trained...

Clean Water, Green Walls, Reed Bed, River Lea, Sewage Fungus, Waste Water

Sewage fungus in the River Moselle

Sewage Fungus and Other River Ecology Issues

Sewage Fungus in the Moselle River. This now coats the plants in the water almost all the way along the section in Lordship Rec. Caused by misconnections.

Lordship Rec, River Lea, Sewage Fungus

The bend in the River Moselle - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

Rivers, Right Angles and Wrong Connections

The River Moselle takes a zigzag course through Haringey, as if trying to escape our attempts to control it.

The straight lines and right turns of its route from Queen’s Wood to Markfield...

Clean Water, Concrete, Culvert, Ecology, Eels, Factories, Flooding, Heavy Rain, Lordship Rec, Lost Rivers, Markfield Park, Pollution, Queen's Wood, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Sewage Fungus, Stickleback, Tottenham Cemetary, Urban Development, Waste Water

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