Brighton & Hove Waste Water Treatment Works
Brighton & Hove Waste Water Treatment Works is Southern Water’s £300million scheme to bring cleaner seas to Sussex. This scheme, which includes a major new waste water treatment works and 11 kilometres of new sewer tunnel, will treat the 95 million litres of waste water generated each day by coastal residents.
Deephams Sewage Treatment Works
Concrete Society award winner, Civil Engineering category 2012. The £35 million upgrade undertaken by Thames Water Utilities consists of a dedicated new pumping station, inlet works and storm tanks. The Deephams Sewage Treatment Works is an excellent example of concrete's versatility.
Newhaven ERF Energy Recycling Facility
The Energy Recycling Facility (ERF) situated at North Quay, Newhaven treats household waste that is not reused, composted or recycled to generate electricity, with the capacity to handle 210,000 tonnes of waste per year.