These are the most recent press releases issued by South West Water.
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Dye testing sewers in Salcombe
17 March 2015
South West Water will be putting a harmless green fluorescent dye into sewers in Salcombe on Friday (20 March) to help identify defects and plan improvements to the town's sewerage service.
Apprentices check in with politicians
10 March 2015
South West Water apprentices Martha-Jo Dare and Kelly Carstens, from Totnes, kicked off National Apprenticeship week with a visit to the seat of Government with their local MP, Dr Sarah Wollaston.
Roadworks in Kingsteignton
27 February 2015
Temporary traffic restrictions will be in place in Kingsteignton from 16 March to 22 May 2015 as phased roadworks are undertaken.
Camels Head improvements planned from 2015/16
27 February 2015
Local councillors have visited Camels Head Sewage Treatment Works in Plymouth to learn more about proposed improvements worth over £3million at the site.
£10m boost for South West businesses
13 February 2015
South West businesses will be supported to expand thanks to £10million of Regional Growth Fund investment secured by Plymouth University to launch a new scheme which builds on the success of the GAIN Growth Fund and a Manufacturing Investment Programme with SWMAS Ltd.
Leading environmentalist praises work to protect water quality
11 February 2015
Leading environmentalist Tony Juniper has praised South West Water's pioneering raw water quality programme, Upstream Thinking, in a new book to be published on 12 February.
South West Water launches five-year 'Price Promise' as average bill falls to lowest level for eight years
3 February 2015
South West Water has announced that from 1 April its average bill for households will fall by 3 per cent, bringing it down to its lowest level since 2007. At the same time, the company will continue to invest heavily in improving services for customers.