Latest news (Environment)
High hopes for Peregrines as they set up Home on a Water Tower
Rare and protected peregrine falcons have set up home for the first time in Bournemouth Water’s New Milton Water Tower. Keith Betton, Chairman of the Hampshire Ornithological Society and Official Bird Recorder for Hampshire, first noticed a pair of peregrines on the tower last September.
Ed Mitchell appointed deputy chair of Bournemouth Water’s Customer Challenge Group
The Group, to be known as the WaterFuture Customer Panel (WFCP), will assist and challenge Bournemouth Water during the three-year development of the company's next regulated business plan, which will run from 2020 to 2025.
Volunteers get their feet wet for river wildlife
A group of 120 volunteers and staff from Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) and Sembcorp Bournemouth Water have put in 600 hours of work to clear the Gussage Stream near Wimborne of 2km (1.5miles) of weed and vegetation to support rare and threatened wildlife, such as otters and white-clawed crayfish.