Frozen pipes problem for Antarctic plumber

The British Antarctic Survey's Rothera Research Station. Photo from BBC.

Of course, you don’t need to go to the far end of the world to be faced with frozen pipes and all the other problems that come with plumbing in sub-zero temperatures. Right now,  that’s the experience of Drain Doctor franchisees right across the UK.

But as the thaw (hopefully) sets in, spare a thought for plumber Mark Green in the Antarctic, coping with temperatures of minus 50 degrees, no mains water or sewage and more than 100 days with no daylight. You can read his story here.



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2 responses to “Frozen pipes problem for Antarctic plumber

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