Southern Water has developed its first ever Drainage and Wastewater Management Plan (DWMP) – and is calling on customers and community groups to make their voices heard.
A unique study has revealed climate change and increasing populations could be drastically reducing the resilience of wastewater infrastructure in the UK.
On 26 July, Brighton-based students from BHASVIC Sixth Form and Varndean Collage spent a day at Southern Water’s Worthing office as part of the Social Mobility Business Partnership (SMBP) Work Insight & Skills Programme.
Southern Water is introducing a Temporary Use Ban (TUB) for its customers in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Southern Water is giving scores of Islanders in Havenstreet leaky butts and if the trial is successful then project managers are convinced this will help Havenstreet’s long running flood problem.
A real-time water quality testing buoy has been launched in the sea off Tankerton, part of a wider programme across the south and Southern Water is taking a lead as a key custodian.
Charities and community groups on the Isle of Sheppey are set to benefit from special Southern Water grants this summer.
Throughout June and July Southern Water was on a mission to collect a ‘ton of tins’ to support local food banks across its region.
Flows in the River Test in Hampshire are falling and current forecasting shows we may need to use a drought permit to continue to supply tap water to the region.
The Annual Report demonstrates the progress that we are making with our performance transformation, as well as providing transparency about the areas where we recognise improvement is required.