Sewage discharge alerts in Seaford up to "95% rainwater"

Sewage discharge alerts in Seaford up to "95% rainwater"

The water firm told SussexWorld that recent releases into the East Sussex sea were heavily diluted and not just “sewage”, meaning they did not impact on the bathing water quality. The company’s Beachbuoy tool, which gives real-time information about releases of sewer overflows at bathing spots, notified residents of a sewage pollution alert in Seaford this week. A Southern Water spokesperson said: “To stop homes, schools and businesses from flooding, our nation’s network of storm overflows act as release valves …