210-foot ‘fatberg’ clogs sewer in English town

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Date: January 10th, 2019

Category: Nutty News

fatWastewater workers in an English town announced they discovered a “fatberg” larger than the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the town’s sewers.

South West Water said sewer workers discovered the fatberg, a mass of hardened fat, oil and wet-wipes from local drains and toilets, in a sewer near a children’s playground in the English channel coast town of Sidmouth.

The service said the fatberg, which measures about 210 feet long — more than the height of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and about the size of six double-decker buses — is the largest its workers have ever found in the counties of Devon or Cornwall.

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