Ghostly figures, piercing shrieks and bloated, dead, hairless rats may sound like they’ve come straight out of a horror movie but they are all part of life in Brighton and Hove’s sewers.
A competition which challenges youngsters to invent new ways of saving water has attracted entries from Chatham Grammar School for Boys and Walderslade Girls School from Chatham, and Robert Napier School from Gillingham.
A scheme to help prevent pollution of the Old Roar Gill watercourse has completed.
The environment in Horsham will receive a boost, thanks to a £2.7 million investment by Southern Water.
A major environmental improvement scheme which will bring cleaner waters to the Solent is making good progress.
Southern Water will be laying a new water main in a section of Southampton Road and Kennington Lane, Cadnam, Southampton.
A community gardening event in Haywards Heath is being supported by Southern Water.
Southern Water mascot Mr Drink-It visited children at Balfour Infant School in Rochester to encourage them to be healthy and drink plenty of water.
A scheme to replace about 10km of water mains in Lodsworth and Lurgashall is progressing well.
Pupils will soon be using rainwater to tend their plants, thanks to Southern Water.
A multi-million pound scheme to radically change the Victorian sewer system in Portsmouth is under way.
Construction of a £1 million environmental improvement project in Dunbridge, Hampshire, is under way.
Southern Water has butted in to help science pupils at Hove Park School learn about water testing.
Pupils at Folkestone School for Girls will soon use rainwater to tend their allotment – thanks to Southern Water.
Southern Water is planning a new scheme to secure water supplies in Hampshire.
The sympathetic and practical way in which Southern Water helps customers in financial difficulty has won two national awards.
Plans to carry out essential works on a main sewer in Cowes are underway.
Southern Water has gifted the freehold to one of its operating sites on the Isle of Wight to the RNLI.
With every home in the Eastleigh area about to be provided with a water meter, Southern Water’s stand at the Eastleigh Jubilee Mardi Gras provided customers with helpful tips.
Southern Water is investing more than £860,000 in its Wivelsfield Wastewater Treatment Works to improve the quality of the wastewater returned to the environment.
Southern Water’s five-year programme to install water meters for the majority of its customers is coming to Arundel, and the surrounding area.
Southern Water’s five-year programme to install water meters for the majority of its customers is coming to Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst, and the surrounding area.
Southern Water is spending £225,000 improving its Aylesford Wastewater Treatment Works in Kent.
A group of Southern Water staff have offered bags of support for the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Great British Bag-athon stock appeal.
Work is progressing on schedule on a £300,000 scheme to improve the environment in a Hampshire town.
The way in which Southern Water communicates with its staff and customers and engages with local communities has been voted the best in Kent, Sussex and Surrey for the sixth consecutive year - and that’s a record.