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Press releases for October 2015

It’s feared that fat, oil and grease are not the only horrors under the city



Southern Water has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard for continued efforts to reduce its impact on the environment


Water is clearing from Redbridge lane and we estimate the repair will take a few hours.


This is the 23rd year of Southern Water's award-winning 'Learn to Swim' programme - which in the past year alone has helped to teach 25,000 children to swim. 



How poo power is being used to generate electricity at 16 of Southern Water’s wastewater sites. 


Southern Water applied to West Sussex County Council (WSCC) for an emergency works order at the end of September, to repair a 9" main on Pier Road.


Say "water industry" and you might not instantly think of experts ready to rescue injured colleagues from deep tunnel networks. Yet a team is on standby to do exactly that during Southern Water's £20million scheme to renovate sewers in Ramsgate.


The company’s race day raises £28,000 for charities in Brighton and Fareham. 


Residents consume the equivalent of FIVE of the iconic Needles Lighthouse in water every day.


Residents consume the equivalent of the iconic West Hill Cliff Railway in water every day.


Water company recognised for its 'outstanding accomplishment'



Southern Water has started its next stage of investment in upgrading the sewer system in Ramsgate.


Denise has worked for Southern Water for five years (this month!) and is part of the team that works to find quick and effective resolutions to customer queries. 


Glenn has worked at Southern Water for four years and is part of the team that monitors our waste assets (pumping stations, wastewater treatment works and sewer level monitors) to identify and help resolve any issues that may arise such as a flooding or a pollution incident.  


Residents consume the equivalent of the Brighton i360 in water every two days


Laura has been with the company for 18 months and works on the Isle of Wight to ensure water supply is safe and stable from source to tap 24/7. 


Stuart has worked for Southern Water for over 25 years and is part of the team that works with vulnerable customers and promotes financial assistance schemes.  


Southern Water is urging people to take a step forward for positive health and embrace Wet-tober. 


Neil has worked for Southern Water for seven years and has been in his current role since 2013.

He is part of the team that helps to minimise blockages and reduce sewer flooding - as well as removing wastewater quickly, cleanly and effectively.

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