Sewage discharges could spoil London's 'green' Olympic games

Though billed by the Government as "the most sustainable Olympics ever", the 2012 games may be turned from green to grey by discharges of raw sewage into the river Lea, yards from the planned Olympic Stadium. The threat adds pressure to fast-track a £1.7 billion tunnel to collect London's storm sewage overflows.

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