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Press releases for August 2013
27/08/2013

Southern Water unreservedly apologises for problems at its Margate Pumping Station after being fined £200,000 at Canterbury Crown Court for releasing wastewater into the sea during bad weather and storms.

14/08/2013

Southern Water wants your views on its proposals to deliver a range of improvements for customers by 2020, with bills going up by no more than inflation.

13/08/2013

Southern Water has nearly finished a £2.3 million upgrade of Wye Wastewater Treatment Works, Kent.

13/08/2013

Nearly four million pounds is to be spent at a Herne Bay treatment works to make it more environmentally friendly.

12/08/2013

A team from Southern Water lent a helping hand in the grounds of the Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.

09/08/2013

Southern Water and its supplier Barhale Trant Utilities (BTU) pulled out all the stops to make sure a major construction project in a small rural community went smoothly.

09/08/2013

A community garden project which involves Sompting Parish council, local schools and residents has been given a water-efficient boost by Southern Water.

06/08/2013

A scheme to replace just over two kilometres of water main in Shalfleet on the Isle of Wight is nearly complete.

06/08/2013

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

06/08/2013

Southern Water’s £12 million investment to improve its Ashford Wastewater Treatment Works has passed the halfway stage.

05/08/2013

Young homeless people at a Salvation Army Housing Association project will turn their hands to gardening thanks to help from Southern Water.

02/08/2013

A pre-school’s garden will flourish thanks to help from Southern Water.

02/08/2013

Customers in the Church Wood Drive area of Hastings can expect a more reliable supply of water from their taps following completion of a Southern Water scheme.

01/08/2013

Southern Water is spending £745,000 to make a Surrey treatment works more environmentally friendly.

01/08/2013

Eight youngsters from the Community House community centre reached new depths with help from the Worthing branch of the British Sub Aqua Club.

 
 
 
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