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Press releases for June 2014

Southern Water customers are set to benefit from lower average bills after the company updated its Business Plan for 2015 to 2020.


More than 750 tons of silt have been removed from Whitstable’s Gorrell Tank as Southern Water’s repairs continue.


Angmering schoolchildren had a lesson in water efficiency courtesy of The Drips.


A team from Southern Water lent a helping hand in the grounds of the St Peter and St James Hospice and Continuing Care Centre, North Chailey, East Sussex.


A tug of war with a giant pink bin helped pupils understand why they should only flush the three Ps – pee, poo and paper.


Sunshine, sparkling sea and the company of a former Olympic breast stroke champion helped make a pier to pier charity swim a big success.


Southern Water is working in partnership with Elm Grove Primary School and Brighton & Hove City Council to save water, energy and money.


Southern Water has begun its repairs to the Gorrell Tank in Whitstable.


A scout campsite has been spruced up by Southern Water and its contractor Clancy Docwra.


Southern Water is replacing 1.2km of ageing Victorian water main in Chilbolton with a more durable plastic pipe.


Demolition and wood burning were all on the agenda when Southern Water spent the day at Ingfield Manor School, Billingshurst.


Southern Water will soon start its repairs to the Gorrell Tank in Whitstable, with a view to reopening half of the car park by the end of July.


Firefighters put their skills to the test at Southern Water’s new Peacehaven Wastewater Treatment Works.


Southern Water is working in partnership with Southampton Solent University to save water, energy and money.

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