Southern Water has announced it has reached the half-way mark in its replacement of 30km of old water mains in the Woolmans Wood area. The project is now seven months in, having started in August of last year and is due to run until October.
Southern Water will be harnessing sun-power by installing more than 15,000 solar panels at three of its sites to help protect the environment and save energy.
A project that inspires children across West Sussex to think green and share ideas about protecting the environment has been given a £1,000 cash boost from Southern Water.
Southern Water has given £1000 to a local community group which aims to tackle loneliness and isolation in Lancing and Sompting.
We’ve been recognised for our innovative work to protect bats.
At least 500 residents across the Isle of Sheppey will benefit from free water-saving products on taps, toilets and showers over the next six weeks.
We are currently dealing with a burst on a 15" water main on the westbound carriageway of the A27.
Southern Water celebrates 25 years of its award-winning Learn to Swim scheme.