The environmental problems in each source are different.
Use details from both sources to summarise the differences.


Correct answers:

  • Oil and food scraps are finding their way into pipes and drains
  • The majority of eateries have no grease traps
  • A 130-tonne fatberg was found under Whitechapel Road in east London
  • The River Thames had not been recently purified

Incorrect answers:

  • The vast majority of London restaurants and takeaways are not responsible for feeding the fatbergs that are choking the capital’s sewers
  • Ninety per cent of eateries in London are contributing to the problem by failing to install grease converters
  • Grease, oil and food scraps from broken bins are finding their way into pipes and drains

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