The tunnel visionary: Interview with head of environmental sustainability for Thames Tideway Tunnel, Darren White

Darren White is responsible for managing the environmental impacts of the biggest infrastructure project undertaken by the UK’s water industry. He talks to James Agyepong-Parsons about tackling the challenges raised by London’s super sewer scheme

Darren White
Practical knowledge of delivering projects is key to big infrastructure projects, and there is a real shortage of that in the industry at large – Darren White, Tideway

I am cruising the Thames with Darren White, the head of environmental sustainability for the company building London’s so-called super sewer. The Thames Tideway Tunnel – the biggest infrastructure project ever undertaken by the UK’s water industry – aims to upgrade London’s sewage system to cope with its burgeoning population.

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