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Press releases for January 2013

Southern Water employee Mike Tomlinson will journey to India next month with international development charity WaterAid


Southern Water’s £200,000 project to improve the efficiency of Shoreham Wastewater Treatment Works has completed.


Southern Water is reminding customers to check the identity of people calling at their homes after reports of a bogus caller operating in Worthing.


Work is progressing well on Southern Water’s multi-million pound scheme to radically change the Victorian sewer system in Portsmouth.


Essential works on a main sewer in Cowes are progressing well.


Southern Water is working closely with local authorities to address flooding issues in the region.


Southern Water is bracing itself for a spate of burst water mains as the freezing conditions thaw.


Two school caretakers are successfully saving a Southampton school thousands of pounds due to their water efficient initiative.


Work is progressing well on improvements at two of Southern Water’s West Sussex wastewater treatment works.


Apprenticeships are thriving at Southern Water as the company trains up its staff for the future.


Southern Water’s reservoirs are full or nearly full, following the wettest year on record in England.


School children will soon be dipping into their renovated pond, thanks to Southern Water.


What do you want from your water company over the next 25 years? – that’s the question people from across Kent have been responding to as part of a newly published document, setting out the possible shape of water and wastewater services over the next quarter of a century.


Pupils from two Southampton-based schools impressed business professionals after telling them about their innovative ideas for saving water in a prestigious environmental competition.


Sea Scouts canvassed support from Southern Water, to help pay for new tents.


Southern Water is harnessing poo power to generate electricity at Sandown Wastewater Treatment Works.

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