For the last 19 years, South West Water has been busy cleaning up the region's coastline with the £1.5 billion Clean Sweep programme.
That investment has been vital in supporting the region's economy, protecting its precious environment and enhancing everyone's quality of life.
£173 million investment boost from new prices change
OVER the next year, South West Water will be investing around £173 million on improving our services for you.
Customers across the region are now saving water and money - thanks to South West Water's innovative WaterCare scheme.
Putting the wet into wetlands
Protecting the environment has been a vital part of South West Water's everyday work since the company was founded in 1989.
New plan to keep you on tap to 2035
DID you know that 2007 was the South West's 11th consecutive summer without water restrictions? And that standpipes have not been seen in the region since the drought of 1976?
What does the Consumer Council for Water do in the South West - Interview with Charles Howeson, Chairman
"The Consumer Council for Water is your local water watchdog. We make a difference for consumers by fighting their corner and making sure you get a fair deal."
How Clean Sweep transformed the South West
"Without Clean Sweep, the tourist industry would have been destroyed. Today water quality is first class and the South West is attracting tourists on the strength of its reputation as a clean and green destination." Malcolm Bell Chief Executive of South West Tourism
How we can help - Unmetered bills, Metered bills, Setting up a payment plan, Help with meter bills for customers receiving benefits or Tax Credits, Can't afford to pay?
Saving water is easier than you think
Top Tips: Never leave taps running. Take a shower - baths use 100 litres of water or more. Use your dishwasher and washing machine when you have a full load. Fill the kettle with as much water as you need.
Businesses all over the South West are learning how to save water, cut their bills and win awards.