Thames Garden Bridge project

The Thames Garden Bridge will be clad in anti-microbial

An innovative anti-microbial copper-nickel alloy will be used to clad the new Thames Garden Bridge over the Thames in London, not only making it look good but also helping to prevent fouling and corrosion in a marine environment.

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