Plans for a sewer improvement scheme in Folkestone are underway.
Visits to Southern Water’s online water efficiency section have more than doubled as customers do their bit to preserve water during the driest 12 months since 1976.
Construction workers upgrading a Southern Water treatment works have been praised for being “exceptional” neighbours.
The Environment Agency has agreed a Drought Permit to help refill the South East’s largest reservoir following the driest 12 months since 1976.
Pupils from St. Annes’s Catholic School in Southampton were left wide eyed with wonder following a visit to Testwood Water Supply Works to find out where the water they use every day comes from.
A group of 70 young swimmers and their coaches will get a taste of the Olympics when they train at the home of the British Olympic Synchronised Swimming Team.
Southern Water’s team of leak busters continues to work around the clock, finding and repairing leaks on its vast network of water mains.
Southern Water’s Learn to Swim programme has received parliamentary recognition with an endorsement from MPs in the House of Commons.
A £800,000 investment by Southern Water is benefiting the environment in an East Sussex village in the South Downs National Park.
A £1.3 million upgrade of Dial Post Wastewater Treatment Works, near Horsham, is under way.
More than 100 swimming instructors attended an Olympic-themed seminar to mark the 20th year of Southern Water’s Learn to Swim scheme.
The quality of treated wastewater returned to the environment from East Dean will be even higher thanks to a £2 million Southern Water scheme.
Southern Water is taking steps to secure water supplies for customers in Kent and parts of East Sussex, following the driest 10 months since 1888.
A £1.6 million investment from Southern Water is to bring even cleaner waters to the River Upper Great Stour.
An environmental improvement scheme in an East Sussex village has been completed.
As Southern Water’s replacement of 50km of water main forges ahead in Chatham, pupils got first-hand experience of some of the challenges faced by the company.
As the cold snap continues, Southern Water is asking customer to take steps to prevent the misery of burst pipes.
Southern Water continues to monitor its water resources, following the driest 12 months since 1976.
A pre-school’s plans for a nature pond are flourishing thanks to Southern Water.
Southern Water has updated its plans on how it would deal with a drought in the South East of England.
Youngsters from a Worthing football club are doing their bit to encourage everyone to use water more efficiently, and so cut their water, gas and electricity bills.
Best-selling author Peter James travelled 11 metres below the ground for research for his new book. Southern Water invited the author to visit its construction site in Peacehaven where a new wastewater treatment works is being built.
Southern Water’s Chatham Mains Replacement is continuing to roll out across the town.
Plans for a sewerage improvement scheme in Whitstable are underway.
Southern Water’s Learn to Swim scheme is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2012 – the year the Olympic Games come to London.
Southern Water’s Kevin Buck is visiting Zambia with international development charity WaterAid.