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Press releases for June 2012

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


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


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


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.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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.


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.


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


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

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