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Press releases for February 2015

The hosts of Southern Water’s world-famous Sewer Tours are giving parts of Brighton’s Victorian sewers a fresh lick of white paint.


As Southern Water’s pioneering metering programme nears completion, there is good news for the water saving public in the South East.


Southern Water is continuing to invest in its East Worthing Treatment Works as its ongoing programme of almost £20 million of improvements continues at the site.


TV doctor Hilary Jones and former Olympic champion Duncan Goodhew have urged everyone involved in swimming to “boast about the benefits” for the sake of children’s health, both physical and mental.


Southern Water is using innovative techniques and investing £20 million to renovate 12 kilometres of Victorian sewers across Ramsgate.


An important conservation area at Weir Wood Reservoir will continue to thrive, thanks to support from Southern Water.


St Cross Road, Winchester, will be closed this weekend while sewer repairs are carried out by Southern Water.


Southern Water has today confirmed it will not be asking for Ofwat’s final determination on its Business Plan to be referred to the Competition and Markets Authority.


Southern Water Chief Executive Matthew Wright was among high profile guest speakers at an event focusing on water efficiency and bill affordability.


Southern Water will be spending around £3 billion to deliver a range of improvements for customers over the next five years, with bills increasing by less than the rate of inflation.


Southern Water has installed a new £200,000 storm pump to improve resilience at its East Worthing Wastewater Treatment Works.

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