These are the most recent press releases issued by South West Water.
To view news stories throughout the year please click on the relevant date range on the left.
Tackling sewer flooding in Aveton Gifford
29 June 2015
A drop-in event for residents of Aveton Gifford to discuss ways of preventing sewer flooding is to be held on Thursday 9 July from 3pm until 7pm at the Memorial Hall.
BeachLive adds more beaches and introduces new App
5 June 2015
South West Water has added more beaches to BeachLive, its free online information service about bathing water quality, and has introduced a new App so people can check it out on the go.
Apply now for your fast track to a great career
5 May 2015
Up to 30 apprentices are being sought by leading apprenticeship employer South West Water to start jobs this year.
Even cleaner seas for Teignmouth
5 May 2015
A £659,000 scheme to deliver even cleaner seas off Teignmouth, which started in November 2014, has been successfully completed in time for the start of the official bathing water season. Emergency repairs to the damaged Eastcliff outfall pipe have also been finished.
Even cleaner seas for Combe Martin
1 May 2015
A £2million scheme to deliver even cleaner seas off Combe Martin, which started in September 2014, has been successfully completed in time for the start of the official bathing water season.
Even cleaner seas for South East Cornwall
27 April 2015
A £4.9million scheme to deliver even cleaner seas off South East Cornwall has been successfully completed in time for the start of the official bathing water season.
Water project scoops prestigious national award
22 April 2015
A research project which showed how enhancing water storage on peat land can improve water quality and carbon storage - as well as releasing less water during times of flooding - has won a national award.
Exeter-based Pennon Group acquires Bournemouth Water
16 April 2015
FTSE 250 company Pennon Group Plc today announced that it has acquired Bournemouth Water from Singapore-based SembCorp for a cash consideration of £100.3million.