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On the 22nd of April 2015 in Blackheath (London Borough of Greenwich) was unveiled a plaque funded by English Heritage Blue Plaques, dedicated to William Lindley and his eldest son, William Heerlein.
In this way, we have completed long-lasting process to bring to the Pantheon of those with outstanding imerits for the British Empire, two engineers, natives of the County of Yorkshire, the pioneers of hygiene, who had worked most of their life in the three empires-Austro-Hungarian, German, and Russian.
William Lindley and William Heerlein Lindley have
dedicated many years to the design and construction of water and sanitation in
the cities of the Kingdom of Poland. Outside Warsaw it was also Modlin, Radom
and Łódź (the water supply system in Łódź was built according to the project of
W.H. Lindley and completed after World
War I, city of Radom received a beautiful but unrealized project). Warsaw had received
also excellent survey and map of the city and Włocławek partial drains.