Argyll and Bute Environmental Improvements
Scottish Water is investing over £5m in Argyll and Bute to improve and protect the coastal waters around the Holy Loch and parts of the Firth of Clyde.
The planned improvement works will see a number of septic tanks being installed. This will ensure waste water collected from local homes and businesses is treated to a high standard, preventing the discharge of untreated water into coastal waters.
This will enable compliance with strict water quality standards while protecting and enhancing the environment.
There are five different sites where work is planned: Toward, Rhu, Kilmun, Innellan and Strone.
We are currently holding information events to allow the community to find out more about our proposed works and meet the project team. If you are unable to attend please see the below link to view the information posters that were used at the events.
Click here for more information on work in Toward
Click here for more information on work in Rhu
Click here for more information on work in Kilmun
Click here for more information on work in Innellan
Click here for more information on work in Strone
During the design stage, we will be writing to all affected customers and inviting the community to attend information events.
The information events will allow the community to meeting the project team and to discuss the details of the work.
We will be regularly updating this page and will have details on each site, so please keep checking back for new information.
This work will be carried out by our Alliance Partners amey Black & Veatch (aBV).