2018 News (Environment)
South West Water champions ReFill revolution to reduce litter from single-use plastic bottles
South West Water is behind a national campaign by water companies to make tap water more freely available, helping to reduce litter from single-use plastic bottles and keeping people healthy and hydrated when out and about.
Explore behind the scenes at South West Water this September
South West Water is inviting the public to explore behind the scenes during England’s largest celebration of culture and heritage. The company is offering an exciting opportunity to explore local heritage sites including England’s first hydro-electricity station and a pumping station which operates underneath the feet of beach...
Gold award for sustainable rain garden
Image credits: RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show Devon garden designer Tom Simpson has struck gold with his first show garden supported by South West Water at the first day of the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show yesterday (Monday 3 July). The South West Water Green Garden showcases attributes of a sustainable rain garden,...
Combating plastic pollution
Press release issued by Polzeath Marine Conservation group: The popular Cornish resort, Polzeath, has taken a major step to stop plastic bottles being discarded on its beach by installing a drinking water refill point on its seafront - the first in the country to do so. There will be an official opening ceremony at 3pm on April 7 by...
Heading into the water this spring? Check Clean Dry
South West Water's non-native invasive species expert, Kate Hills If you’re one of the hundreds of thousands set to enjoy the South West’s lakes this spring and summer, the Check Clean Dry initiative can help prevent the spread of problematic invasive species across the region, says South West Water.