Otterburn, Rochester and Byrness WTW

Together with our supply partner, Mott MacDonald Bentley, Northumbrian Water is planning to replace the existing water treatment works at Otterburn, Rochester, Byrness as part of its ongoing investment programme. The old water treatment works will be replaced with a new modern high quality treatment systems to ensure the highest level of water quality and customer service for now and for the future.

Update by Joan Tatters

Good Morning

Last week Jason and the team did some great work in the gardens of Otterburn First School. For a while the school had wanted their wildlife pond building but just wasn't able to dig the hole so after a chat with Amy and the Head we agreed to build it for them, they had all the materials which was a bonus. This was back in February but we had numerous storms and the ground conditions were not great, then we have covid-19 which proved another barrier hence the delay.

However last week we eventually got the pond built, here are are a few photos and whilst there is still some drying out to do and a little further landscaping I think the children will be so pleased to see it on their return to school today. We did a tidy in the planting area too.

I'm sure the children will find a lovely place for their new friends as well.



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