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Press releases for July 2016
29/07/2016

Work starts soon on Southern Water's £8million project to replace water mains in parts of Chatham, Gillingham and Rochester.

27/07/2016

Southern Water is making improvements to its Goldstone site in Hove to ensure a continuing supply of high-quality drinking water – one of the company's six priorities for 2015-2020.

 

27/07/2016

Southern Water has an ongoing project to replace a long stretch of wastewater pipe in Ramsgate to help protect the environment and ensure that wastewater is removed effectively.

25/07/2016

A fantastic day of united working saw staff from Southern Water, Thanet District Council and the Environment Agency join forces in a ‘day of action’ to help educate people in Broadstairs about how to keep Viking Bay looking beautiful.

25/07/2016

Southern Water customers are using less water than ever before, according to new figures.

18/07/2016

An ambitious project to help thousands of households in Brighton & Hove save water and money has been launched by Southern Water.

18/07/2016

Pupils at Kings Worthy Primary School, Winchester, discovered a bucket-load of water saving tips, courtesy of The Drips and Southern Water.

13/07/2016

Sir John Armitt, President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and the civil engineer responsible for delivering the venues and infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic Games, has welcomed Southern Water’s improvements to the wastewater treatment works currently under construction in Woolston.

04/07/2016

With the vast majority of Southern Water staff living and working in the region, its staff are committed to helping local charities and organisations

01/07/2016

A fantastic day of united working saw staff from Southern Water and Eastbourne Borough Council join forces to help educate customers in Eastbourne about the build-up of fat, oil, grease and unflushables in the sewers beneath their feet.

 
 
 
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