A West Sussex treatment works is now more environmentally friendly, thanks to a £1.3 million investment.
More than 150 tonnes of sand are benefiting the environment in a Surrey town as Southern Water completes a multi-million pound project.
Southern Water is replacing 1,600m of water main in Madeira Drive, Brighton. This will reduce the risk of leaks, bursts and interruption to customers’ supplies.
A musical message to save our sewers
Southern Water’s five-year metering project – to install nearly 500,000 water meters across Kent, Sussex and Hampshire – is protecting the environment by saving the region huge quantities of water.
Southern Water’s scheme to replace 10km of water mains in Lodsworth and Lurgashall is progressing well.
Eighteen Cubs and three Cub leaders from the 1st Willesborough Remus pack, Ashford, received special badges from Southern Water for being wise with water.
Southern Water’s five-year metering project – to install nearly 500,000 water meters across Kent, Sussex and Hampshire – is saving thousands of litres of water a day by automatically identifying leaks in customers’ pipes.
As temperatures start to fall, Southern Water is urging homes and businesses to ‘wrap up for winter’ to avoid the misery of frozen and burst water pipes.
Southern Water has held a series of public exhibitions to inform local people about its plans to secure water supplies in Hampshire
Communities across Sussex, Kent and Hampshire could have saved enough water to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool thanks to Southern Water’s Water Butt Campaign.
The real winners of Southern Water’s sixth charity race day have received their prizes.
Hundreds of reeds have been planted at a Hampshire treatment works as part of a project to make it more environmentally friendly.
Southern Water’s five-year programme to install water meters for nearly all of its customers is coming to Brighton and Hove
Southern Water is harnessing poo power to generate electricity at Bexhill and Hastings Wastewater Treatment Works.
Southern Water is harnessing poo power to generate electricity at Ford Wastewater Treatment Works.
A major scheme to make a West Sussex treatment works more environmentally friendly has completed.
Southern Water is one month into the recharge season, when its water sources are refilled following the summer months.
Every beach in Southern Water’s region met European standards for bathing water quality this year, despite the wettest summer on record.
Local communities are being encouraged to have their say on the shape of services provided by Southern Water over the rest of the decade and beyond.
Pupils are being encouraged to keep hydrated and healthy, thanks to Southern Water.