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Press releases for October 2013

MP Steve Brine has thanked Southern Water and its supplier Clancy Docwra for helping care for a village’s war memorial.


Southern Water is investing almost £1.5 million to improve the treatment processes at its Newhaven East Wastewater Treatment Works.


Greater protection will be offered to the Burgess Hill area during heavy rain when a multi-million pound scheme completes.


Southern Water’s scheme to lay a new water main in Woolston, Southampton, is progressing well.


As people across the south get ready to celebrate all things spooky this Halloween, Southern Water is warning of a real horror lurking in people’s homes.


Work to replace an old sewer in Ramsgate is underway.


Southern Water is investing almost £400,000 to improve the treatment processes at its Edenbridge Wastewater Treatment Works.


Southern Water’s £300 million Cleaner Seas for Sussex environmental scheme has been officially opened on Monday, Oct 14.


Southern Water’s Cleaner Seas for Sussex scheme has been named Major Civil Engineering Project of the Year, beating projects including The London 2012 Olympic Park Project.


Engineers uncovered a World War II bunker of “national significance” while digging a trench in a former airfield in Bursledon.


A charity race day at Fontwell Park Racecourse raised more than £35,000 for St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House hospices on Saturday.


Southern Water has submitted a planning application to Southampton City Council for the redevelopment of Woolston Wastewater Treatment Works in Victoria Road.


Southern Water has promised to improve the service it offers customers after receiving an unacceptable number of written complaints in 2012/13.


A scheme to replace eight kilometres of water main in Braishfield, Hampshire, is progressing well.


The team building a new pumping station in Stamshaw Park, Portsmouth, were put to work in a school’s garden.


Littlehampton’s Bonfire Night celebrations have been given a boost by Southern Water and its supplier Barhale Trant Utilities (BTU).

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