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Sewage plant to produce farm fertiliser

6 November 2013 Last updated at 10:05 GMT

A £2m reactor that turns sewage into fertiliser has been installed by Thames Water at a plant in Berkshire.

The nutrient-recovery facility takes wastewater from the Slough Trading Estate and turns the phosphorous in it into crystalline fertiliser pellets.

Graham Satchell reports.

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