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SOUTH EAST WATER
Message to community
Pevensey Bay – flushing
23 June 2017

Work is being carried out to clean water mains in Pevensey Bay to safeguard the quality of drinking water. It is part of maintenance on South East Water’s underground mains.

What is flushing?
Flushing allows naturally occurring harmless deposits inside the network – such as iron or manganese – to be removed. While these naturally-occurring deposits are not harmful, they can temporarily discolour the water.

Why do we use this method?
Flushing the water mains from the start to finish of the network – from service reservoirs, which store fully treated drinking water, to the point at which it supplies customers – is a very effective way of cleaning the inside of water mains.

How is flushing carried out?
Flushing involves directing water through the pipes quickly to draw the sediment deposits –out of the network. Once the water reaches its journey’s end, the flushed water containing these deposits is directed into the drains. We are careful to only use the amount of water needed to clean the pipes and flushing stops as soon as the whole system is running clear.

Will flushing affect my water supply?
During the flushing process customers may notice a reduction in water pressure, and possibly some discolouration, but this is temporary and can be solved by running the kitchen tap until the water runs clear.

Flushing will take place in the following areas from Monday 3 July for approximately three weeks:

Week 1
Bay Road
Castle Drive
Castleross Road
Collier Road
Eastbourne Road
Grenville Road
Grey Tower Road
Innings Drive
Leyland Road
Millward Road
Norman Road
North Road
Old Martello Road
Richmond Road
Rosetti Road
Sea Road
The Beachings
The Promenade
Timberlaine Road
Val Prinseps Road
Warminster Road
Western Road

Week 2
Bay Avenue
Bay Terrace
Channel View Road
Coast Road
Cobald Road
Eastbourne Avenue
Eastbourne Road
Marine Road
Marine Terrace
Normans Bay
Pebble Road
Pevensey Bay
Priory Close
Sea Road
Seaville Drive
The Parade
Wallsend Road
Waverley Gardens

Week 3
Arundel Close
Brookland Close
Camber Close
Camber Drive
Camber Way
Coast Road
Harold Close
Haven Close
Maresfield Drive
Marine Avenue
Marine Close
Mountney Drive
Normans Bay
Sluice Road
South Close
Sunset Close
The Boulevard
The Parade
The Square
Tower Close
Westham Drive
Normans Bay
Sluice Road
South Close
Sunset Close
The Boulevard
The Parade
The Square
Tower Close
Westham Drive