With Halloween upon us, we've come up with a spooktacular way of helping vulnerable species at its works across Kent, Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
On the 25 October 2016, Southern Water applied to exit the non-household retail market. As a result, all of Southern Water’s non-household customers will transfer to Business Stream by 3rd April 2017.
This week sees a national light being shone on the scourge of our sewers – unflushable wipes.
The team building the new wastewater treatment works in Woolston has helped redecorate a local youth club.
We know some of our customers have been affected by Direct Debit issues. We hope the following Q&A will help explain what has happened and what we're doing to fix it.
Calling community groups and good causes in East Worthing! You might be eligible for a grant of up to £1,000 from Southern Water.
A scheme to lay a new water main along
Following yesterday’s problems in Mill Lane, Newington, Kent, there have unfortunately been two further bursts on the 4” main.
A fantastic day of united working saw staff from Southern Water and the Isle of Wight Council join forces to help educate customers in Newport about the build-up of fat, oil, grease and unflushables in the sewers beneath their feet.
We’re sorry that an ongoing technical problem means some direct debit payments due on October 5 and 10 may not have been collected.
Southern Water is recycling 100 per cent of its waste for the first time, saving thousands of tonnes from landfill.
A technical glitch means we were unable to collect some customers’ direct debits yesterday (October 5).