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Press releases for June 2012
29/06/2012

Southern Water has received high praise and a special plaque from the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance for its continued support.

22/06/2012

Southern Water has been given a prestigious award for its commitment to health and safety.

21/06/2012

Southern Water is investing £9 million to update its Morestead Road Wastewater Treatment Works in Winchester.

15/06/2012

Southern Water’s investigations into a recent sewer flooding incident in Horsham found wet wipes and other non-biodegradable products as the cause of the problem.

15/06/2012

Southern Water’s £14 million Chatham Mains Replacement scheme has reached the halfway stage.

14/06/2012

Veterans, cadets and others taking part in this summer’s Armed Forces Day in Hastings will be refreshed thanks to Southern Water.

14/06/2012

Southern Water has teamed up with meals-on-wheels provider apetito to encourage elderly people in Medway to drink more water.

13/06/2012

Southern Water is lifting water restrictions in its Sussex and Kent water supply areas.

12/06/2012

Southern Water teams continue to battle the effects of one of the most intense rainstorms in recent years.

08/06/2012

More heavy rain affected Southern Water’s Foreness Point pumping station in Margate yesterday afternoon.

08/06/2012

Pupils at Holy Trinity School in Crawley are celebrating after winning their way through to the final of a prestigious competition to find innovative ways to help people save water, energy and money.

07/06/2012

Southern Water continues to work with Thanet District Council to clean up the area’s coastline, following problems at Margate Pumping Station during heavy rain.

07/06/2012

Southern Water will continue to review the need for water restrictions after a wet Jubilee weekend continued to keep demand for water down.

01/06/2012

Essential work to repair to approx 1.2Km of ageing sewer pipes in Bramber and Upper Beeding is progressing well.

 
 
 
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