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An oil and trash ‘fatberg’ from the sewers of London is going on display, and the curator says it’s like nothing you’ve seen

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  • Last September, utility workers in London were horrified to find an 820-foot concrete-thick ‘fatberg’ that had wedged itself into the city’s sewers, fed by oil, wet wipes and trash.
  • It took a crew of eight roughly three weeks to break up the sewage block, which was converted into biofuel.
  • The only two remaining hunks of the fatberg have been dried out and put on display, and are breeding flies in the Museum of London.

People throw all kinds of oily, greasy, messy stuff down the drain at home. Now, some of that sewage is taking its revenge above-ground.

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Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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