Aimed at budding young engineers and anyone wanting to learn more about water engineering, the exhibition features interactive displays, videos, hands-on activities, and stories. It showcases inspiring examples of how water-related engineering projects from around the world have changed people's lives for the better.

Visitors can learn all about fatbergs, which are major sewer blockages caused by the build-up of non-biodegradable matter, such as wet wipes and congealed fats, and how to defeat them.

After the success of last year's Invisible Superheroes exhibition, ICE's latest educational experience continues to reimagine real-life engineers, both past and present, as cartoon superheroes with a new mission for 2019.

Among the superheroes is Captain Sanitation, the Victorian engineering mastermind Sir Joseph Bazalgette. His pioneering work in creating the London sewage system was instrumental in cleaning up the River Thames' 'Great Stink' and tackling the city's cholera epidemic.

  • The free exhibition is open Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm, excluding bank holidays, at ICE's award-winning Infrastructure Learning Hub at One Great George Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AA.

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