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.
High hopes for Peregrines as they set up Home on a Water Tower
31 May 2017
Rare and protected peregrine falcons have set up home for the first time in Bournemouth Water's New Milton Water Tower.
Love Your Loo campaign launches in six new areas
25 May 2017
South West Water is launching its Love Your Loo campaign in six more towns in Devon and Cornwall, to encourage everyone only to flush the 3Ps - pee, paper and poo.
Bonhay Road (A377) reopens
19 May 2017
The section of Bonhay Road in Exeter which has been closed between the entrance and exit of Exeter St David's station has reopened. The road was closed on 2 May while South West Water provided a new sewer to connect student accommodation to the main sewer network. The road has reopened today, 19 May.
South West Water at the Devon County Show
16 May 2017
South West Water will be at this year's Devon County Show giving out free water saving devices and gunk pots. To find out what a gunk pot is and to hear more about our award-winning Love Your Loo campaign visit Stand 443 in Avenue L.
Business as usual during essential sewer work on Bonhay Road, Exeter
4 May 2017
A section of Bonhay Road in Exeter (A377) is closed while South West Water moves a sewer to make way for new student accommodation. The road is closed between the entrance and exit of Exeter St David's railway station, affecting through traffic between Exe Bridges and the roundabouts outside the Great Western Hotel and the bottom of St David's Hill. Diversion routes are clearly signed.
Firm fined a second time for putting public water supply at risk
3 May 2017
South West Water is urging businesses not to steal water from its public supply network or they could run the risk of prosecution. A standpipe hire service is available instead.
Advance notice of road closure: Bonhay Road, Exeter
28 April 2017
Dramatic rescues at Mayflower Water Treatment Works
11 April 2017
South West Water's Mayflower construction site at Roborough, just outside Plymouth, was the scene of a dramatic rescue during a fire service training exercise.