Southport polluted by sewage 93 times in 2023 - lasting 139 hours

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Totals for Southport in 2023
5 Sites polluted by United Utilities
93 sewage dumps
139 h duration
That's 5.79 days. 1.8 times a week, on average
How does Southport compare?

Southport was the #143 most polluted bathing area in England & Wales, by duration of sewage overflows, as reported by the water companies

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Pollution Summary 2023

Here are all the reported sewage overflow totals for Southport in 2023.

If the locations of the sewage outlets look a bit unusual, it is likely that the reporting of the data from the water company is in error. We rely on their data in order to draw these maps.

Accuracy Warning We use data from the water companies, but we are seeing many anomalies, that make us believe that bathing location information is quite poor. The situation is likely far worse than reported here.

Other CSOs may also be located nearby, however the water companies claim that these do not affect the water quality here.

Company Waterway Site Sewage Dumps Duration (Hours) Reporting %
United Utilities Three Pools Waterway OUTS119 RUFFORD RD CSO 382PZ 44 82 99.7
United Utilities Three Pools Waterway CROWLANDS STREET PUMPING STATION 32 25 98.6
United Utilities River Ribble BALMORAL DRIVE/NORTH ROAD CSO 10 16 100
United Utilities Fine Janes Brook AINSDALE WASTEWATER TREATMENT WORKS 4 15 100
United Utilities Fine Jane'S Brook JANES BROOK ROAD PUMPING STATION 3 0 100

Data Sources & Accuracy

EDM (Event Duration Monitoring) data and Consented Discharges to Controlled Waters with Conditions from Environment Agency & Data Map Wales, and Scottish Water

Experimental derived data from Thames Water API, Some data may be missing or inaccurate. This uses Environment Agency rainfall data from the real-time data API (Beta) - Rainfall data is delayed by up to two days.

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