Twenty-four grants, each worth £1,000, are being awarded across Kent, Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
The installation of a new storm tank at a wastewater treatment works near a Kent town will help to cut storm overflows into its local river during heavy rain.
Southern Water is backing the Government’s continued efforts to reduce plastics pollution – as a consultation on the ban of wet wipes comes to a close
False teeth, mobile phones and cuddly toys are just some of the items our ‘Unflushables’ Team at Southern Water have found flushed down the toilet.
Between 2025 – 2035 we’re planning to invest a record £1.5 billion to get to the root cause of storm overflows.
A £4.3m programme of works to tackle unpleasant smells in the vicinity of Ashford Wastewater Treatment Works has been finished.
Our customers in the Waterside, New Forest, area of Hampshire and Ventnor, St Lawrence, Whitwell and Niton areas on the Isle of Wight, are experiencing either low pressure or a loss of water supply.
The weather forecast is looking stormy, with heavy rain and high winds forecast across our region. As flooding is more likely during a storm and high winds can affect power supplies to our sites, we’re already taking action to keep the taps and drains flowing. Here’s how we prepare and what you can do during the bad weather.
You may notice some tankers in the area while we fix a burst rising main at our Golf Road pumping station in Deal, Kent.
Heavy rain over the past few days has caused significant surface water flooding in the Hastings area