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With icy mornings returning this week, Wessex Water is advising customers to make a simple check to avoid being caught cold by frozen or burst pipes.
Wessex Water has moved to allay concerns over the repairs to a collapsed sewer in Christchurch which will close a short section of one lane of a town centre road later this month.
A major project to repair ageing sewer pipes in Burnham will be completed six weeks ahead of its original schedule after Wessex Water took action to reduce the impact on the community and tourism sector in the area.
A major project to install a new sewer in the centre of Bath will be completed early in the new year
Wessex Water maintained a strong performance in the first six months of this year despite the continued impact of Covid-19 on customers, communities and businesses across our region.
Wessex Water has published new figures on the number of storm overflow discharges near beaches and rivers in its region.
Wessex Water has developed a strategy that will revolutionise regulation of the industry, named Outcome Based Environmental Regulation (OBER).
Wessex Water has said it plans an early finish to its sewerage work being carried out on behalf of B&NES Council in Bath city centre.
Wessex Water is an example for other companies to follow when handling complaints, according to the industry watchdog.
Wessex Water has chosen the River Hooke in Dorset to be its Flagship Chalk Stream for restoration by 2035, reporting to the national Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) Chalk Streams Group.
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