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Press releases for September 2012

Southern Water is investing more than £860,000 in its Wivelsfield Wastewater Treatment Works to improve the quality of the wastewater returned to the environment. 


Thirty tons of sand will make Sandhurst Wastewater Treatment Works, Kent, more environmentally friendly. 


A project to make a Hastings treatment works more environmentally friendly is nearing completion. 


Southern Water’s £14 million Chatham Mains Replacement scheme is nearing completion and is ahead of schedule.


A scheme run from a prison to turn domestic fat, oil and grease, (FOG), into bio-fuel is set to be rolled out on the Isle of Sheppey following support from Southern Water.


Ashford MP Damian Green visited the town’s wastewater treatment works to hear how a £12 million improvement scheme was progressing.


Southern Water would like to apologise for the problems at East Worthing Wastewater Treatment Works.

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