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Press releases for December 2013

Southern Water would like to remind road-users the B3354 Main Road, Colden Common, will be closed to through-traffic from the Church Lane roundabout to the junction with Hensting Lane, from January 6.


Southern Water has invested more than £700,000 to improve the treatment processes at its Broomfield Bank Wastewater Treatment Works.


School children will soon be growing their own food in their garden, with help from Southern Water.


A conservation group has been given a boost by Southern Water.


With Christmas fast approaching, many households are likely to do more washing, cleaning, cooking and entertaining which means more water will be used by families who are at home instead of work or school.


Traditionally, yuletide songs are sung around a sparkling Christmas tree or a roaring log fire – not a sewer.


Almost 150 Santas made an appearance at Southern Water offices around the region today (Friday) to raise money for St Barnabas House Hospice.


Southern Water’s scheme to replace a water main on the B3354, Main Road, Colden Common, Hampshire, is progressing well.


Southern Water has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard in recognition of its continued efforts to measure, manage and improve its carbon efficiency.


The way in which Southern Water communicates with its staff and customers has been voted the best in Kent, Sussex and Surrey for the seventh consecutive year.


Only flush the three Ps – pee, poo and paper – was the message given to William Penn Primary School in Coolham, West Sussex.


Southern Water has today published its new plan for delivering better water and wastewater services to more than 4.5 million customers across Kent, Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Its final Business Plan for 2015 to 2020 sets out a range of ambitious improvements designed to meet customers’ priorities, with average bills increasing by less than inflation.

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