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Press releases for January 2014

The extra cost of keeping sewers working, as the South East experiences the worst series of storms in over 10 years, is running at more than £70,000 a day.


Southern Water has praised the flood-hit villagers of Hambledon as the company continues to keep the local sewerage system working.


Chelsea’s Wishes, a charity set up by the family of a little girl with a life limiting illness, has been given a boost by Southern Water.


Southern Water is working alongside other agencies to help ease the impact of unusually high groundwater levels and torrential rain in Hambledon, Hampshire.


Southern Water has completed its £9 million upgrade of Winchester’s Morestead Road Wastewater Treatment Works.


Southern Water’s plans to redevelop its Woolston Wastewater Treatment Works have been approved, in principle, by Southampton City Council.


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


Southern Water is investing more than £5 million to increase capacity at its Whitewall Creek Wastewater Treatment Works near Strood.

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