|Project Type:||Water Tunnel|
|Customer:||MVB JV (Morgan Est/Vinci/Bachy)|
|Products:||1x passenger car 18+1 men|
1x passenger car 14 men
13x segment car 4,5m
The Lee Tunnel in East London, also known as the East Ham to Stratford deep tunnel, is a tunnel for storage and conveyance of sewage mixed with rainwater.
This 6.9 km long tunnel with 7.2 m diameter is running from 75 m depth at Abbey Mills down to 80 m depth at its terminus at Jenkins Lane, East Ham, covers 16,000,000 m3 (16 million t) of sewage annually from the single largest polluting CSO in London.