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Local water works gets the treatment.

Anglian Water report that in January 2021 there will be work carried out on their water recycling centre off Blyth Road at Southwold. This is part of a £375,000 project that is expected to take about 12 weeks to complete. The work is designed to enhance the treatment process and involves installing essential disinfecting equipment.


Site movement and deliveries can be expected between about 7am and 5.30pm although this will ease off as work progresses. Anglian Water say on their site that there are no planned interruptions to water or sewer services.

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