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North Woodside Road - River Kelvin

Part of a multi-million pound investment to transform Glasgow's waste water systems which will improve the environment in the River Kelvin.

St Andrews FOG campaign

As part of our work to reduce the amount of fats oils and greases in our network, we are undertaking sewer cleaning in the area. Latest update

Peebles Waste Water Treatment Works

We are investing £2m upgrading Peebles waste water treatment works. Learn more


A burst water main has been located on in Law causing no water, low pressure and discoloured water to the surrounding area. We have a squad en route and hope to have the repairs complete as quickly as possible. At the moment we do not have a time frame for when the water will be restored but we will update this message and our additional customer service channels as soon as more information becomes available to us. Apologies for the inconvenience caused this evening

Haddington Waste Water Treatment Works upgrade

A £4million upgrade project is underway. Learn more

Feus Road, Perth

We are working together with Perth & Kinross Council to identify ways to understand and address the drainage issues affecting the Feus Road / Crieff Road area of Perth Learn more

South Edinburgh - Water Supply Improvement

More than 165,000 people in Edinburgh and surrounding area are to benefit from investment of around £20 million in their drinking water network. Learn more

Seafield Waste Water Treatment Works

Seafield is Scotland’s largest waste water treatment works which processes 300 million litres of waste water every day. Learn more

Balerno Water Network Improvements

We are installing a new pipe along Bridge Road and Lanark Road West. We will be working from the roundabout at the south end of Bridge Road, up to Lanark Road West to the junction with Sommerville Road. Work will take around 6 months to complete. Balerno

Limekilns Outfall Replacement

Scottish Water is investing around £500K to help improve the local waste water network and protect the natural environment at limekilns beach. Learn more

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