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Press releases for April 2012

An innovative water recycling scheme will help flowerbeds, trees and sports pitches flourish in Medway despite the drought.


Pupils from St. Andrew’s School in Worthing were left wide eyed with wonder following a visit to one of Southern Water’s Water Supply Works to find out where the water people across Sussex use every day comes from.


West Sussex firefighters from Shoreham raised buckets of cash at their annual charity car valet day while using water wisely.


Demand for free and discounted water saving products available to Southern Water customers in Hampshire, Sussex and Kent has rocketed since the announcement of measures to help beat the current drought in the South East.


People keen to delve beneath the streets of Brighton on one of Southern Water’s world famous sewer tours can now book the experience online.


Southern Water’s five-year programme to install water meters for the majority of its customers has arrived in Gravesham.


Despite the April showers Southern Water says its water restrictions in Kent and Sussex will continue throughout the summer and probably into the winter.


Southern Water’s five-year programme to install water meters for the majority of its customers is coming to the New Forest and surrounding area.


Southern Water is investing £1.5 million in a scheme to benefit Old Roar Gill watercourse, Hastings.


Southern Water is about to start work on its upgrade of Wye Wastewater Treatment Works, Kent.


Emily-Jo Howarth has been named Southern Water’s Apprentice of the Year.


Southern Water is urging both residents and tourists on the Isle of Wight to use water wisely and not waste it.


Southern Water reminds its customers that water restrictions in Kent and Sussex come into force on April 5.


Environmental improvements are benefiting the South East as Southern Water wraps up the second year of its £1.8 billion, five-year investment programme.

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