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An Earth Tech/Morrison joint venture is working with Yorkshire Water to increase the storage capacity of the sewerage system in south Sheffield by building a cavernous underground storm water storage tank.When complete next May, the tank will reduce the amount of water discharged from the sewerage system into the River Sheaf during heavy rainfall.The £3.5 million job is part of ETM's AMP3 contract.