Southern Water has produced a series of five short films to explain terms and figures shown on its household bills.
What do English rugby, Wimbledon, The X Factor and Southern Water have in common? They have all been shortlisted for a prestigious Hollis Sponsorship Award.
Southern Water has earmarked £15 million to further enhance treatment at its water supply works in 2013/14.
Southern Water is carrying out some improvements to its water mains network on the Isle of Wight next month.
The coach who helped Rebecca Adlington win four Olympic medals was guest speaker at Southern Water’s annual Learn to Swim instructors’ seminar.
Students from The University of Greenwich in Chatham, Kent have been taught a simple way to save £25 a year – merely turn off the tap when brushing your teeth.
Children at Buckingham Park Primary School are keeping safe with help from Southern Water and its safety equipment supplier Bunzl Greenham.
Volunteers creating a community garden have been given a boost by Southern Water.
Southern Water is finalising a programme of improvements to its vast network of underground sewers and wastewater pumping stations.
Hundreds of reeds are at the heart of a £2 million project to boost the environment near Benenden, Kent.
Runners in this year’s Three Forts Challenge will keep hydrated thanks to Southern Water.
A sensory garden being created on a piece of land in Lancing will bloom with water-efficient plants – thanks to Southern Water.
Southern Water’s investment of more than £14 million to improve its Ashford Wastewater Treatment Works and Sellindge Wastewater Treatment Works is progressing well.
A scheme to reduce the risk of leaks and burst water mains in Lodsworth and Lurgashall, West Sussex, is about to enter its next phase.
Twenty-three kilometres of water mains across the South East are to be replaced in 2013/14, ensuring a more reliable supply to customers’ taps.
Southern Water is carrying out emergency repair work on a damaged sewer in Pound Street, Petworth, West Sussex.
Southern Water’s average bill for 2013-14 will be £449 – helping pay for a £1.8 billion programme of service and environmental improvements, boosting the local economy and supporting thousands of jobs.
Pupils from an Angmering school have impressed local MP Nick Herbert by telling him about their innovative idea to encourage people to save water.