An innovative engineering scheme to keep the sewers flowing in Thanet has won a national award.
Southern Water has ranked among the best in a national survey measuring companies’ support of the communities they serve.
We have been working to trace the source of a limited amount of water which has been getting into a disused pipe running from East Worthing treatment works into the sea near Brooklands. The pipe was closed off over a decade ago and has not been used in our operations since.
We continue to work closely with the Environment Agency and Worthing & Adur councils to ensure this matter is handled in an appropriate and proportionate way and is resolved as quickly as possible.
With temperatures higher than average for this time of year, people will be eager to spend more time in the garden.
We continue to work hard to pinpoint and seal off the source of a limited amount of water which is entering a disused pipe running from East Worthing Wastewater Treatment Works into the sea near Brooklands.
His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester has visited Southern Water’s multi-award winning treatment works in Peacehaven.
Tickets are now available for one of the South East’s most unusual attractions – the Brighton sewer tours.
Southern Water’s major redevelopment of Woolston Wastewater Treatment Works in Victoria Road has got off to a good start.
Southern Water’s new engineering team hit the ground running on April 1.