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Media

Welcome to our media centre, here you will find our press releases, media library, facts and figures about Severn Trent Water, and contact details for our media team.

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  • Emergencies (24hrs)0800 783 4444
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If you are a journalist with a media enquiry please contact our press team, using the contact details below.

media@severntrent.co.uk

Media office main number02477 715640

Latest News

  • Pupils from Galley Common Infant School in Nuneaton, Warwickshire have been immersed in the world of water having forged close links with our education team this week.
  • For the first time in the UK, we've injected the largest quantity of green gas produced from around 2.5 million people’s ‘processed poo’ into gas pipes serving homes in the Birmingham area.
  • Our work to install 500 metres of new water pipes in the Broxtowe area of Nottingham starts next week. We'll be there for five weeks but we'll be working hard to prevent disruption to the area.
  • Severn Trent Water has taken the decision to reopen Suffolk Road on Friday (26 September), after difficulties with ground conditions has stopped the company from putting new sewers in place. The work, which will prevent sewer flooding in the area, will start again next year once investigations are complete and a new design is in place.
  • To help the sewers handle more rainfall, Severn Trent Water is pumping almost one million pounds into work to install larger sewers and a new pumping station, which will help to prevent future sewer flooding in the area.
  • Visit our media library to download images, video and more.
  • Key facts and figures, for a quick view of Severn Trent and our performance