Southern Water’s £200,000 project to improve the efficiency of Shoreham Wastewater Treatment Works has completed.
The company has installed new air diffusers and pipe work at the treatment works, which sits to the south of Shoreham Power Station, to improve process performance and reduce operating costs.
The project was the latest in a series of investments to improve the works, where last year Southern Water spent £430,000 on new equipment to improve other aspects of the treatment process.
The works treats wastewater flows from a population of more than 50,000 people in the area.
Project Manager Peter Savill said: “Our continued investment in new equipment at Shoreham Wastewater Treatment Works is ensuring that the site runs as efficiently as possible.”
The work was carried out by Southern Water supplier Barhale Trant Utilities.