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Press releases for December 2012
27/12/2012

Environmental improvements are benefiting the South East as Southern Water enters the last quarter of the current financial year.

24/12/2012

Southern Water’s £300,000 project to improve the environment in a Hampshire town has now completed.

24/12/2012

Whitstable’s Oyster Bay Swim School has dived into a new partnership with Southern Water.

24/12/2012

Southern Water’s £14 million Chatham Mains Replacement scheme has successfully completed.

20/12/2012

Southern Water joined forces with Arun District Council and local charity Work This Way on an event to help reduce the amount of fat, oil and grease (FOG) that goes into the drains in East Preston.

18/12/2012

Southern Water’s Christmas song has been watched more than 1,500 times on YouTube in more than 20 countries around the world.

14/12/2012

As every child knows, there’s only one Father Christmas – but try telling that to Southern Water staff.

13/12/2012

A team from Southern Water’s Chatham office joined forces with the Kent High Weald Partnership to transform a patch of land into a haven for wildlife and a place for local people to enjoy.

12/12/2012

Southern Water would like to thank the community in Milford-on-Sea for its patience while it carries out a flood scheme.

11/12/2012

A scheme that has taught more than 600,000 children to swim has gained national recognition.

06/12/2012

Southern Water’s £500,000 investment to improve wastewater treatment in Faversham is progressing well.

06/12/2012

Customers across Sussex, Hampshire and Kent are receiving over one million pounds in benefits and tax credit payments due to support from Southern Water.

03/12/2012

A fundraising raffle at a hospital’s baby unit was given a boost by Southern Water and its supplier Morrison Utility Services (MUS).

03/12/2012

Southern Water and its contractor Clancy Docwra have donated unused safety barriers to primary schools across Kent.

 
 
 
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