Check out these resources for more information on TAP, the aquifer and our groundwater, and information about how you can help to protect it.

Our At Risk Aquifer Colouring Page



Our Aquifer Colouring Page


Niphargus Colouring Page


Moulsecoomb Primary SuDS Case Study

Case study about the SuDS at Moulsecoomb Primary School published by Susdrain, the leading SuDS resource site. Includes SuDS elements used, costs, lessons learned, and benefits, as well as project details and high res photos of the site before and after.

Case Study

Urban Wetlands Design Guide

A comprehensive resource giving practical advice on the design and maintenance of constructed wetlands for the purpose of mitigating urban diffuse pollution. Created by Ian Russell of the London Borough of Enfield with Joe Pecorelli and Azra Glover of ZSL, with support from the Mayor of London.

Guide 5MB

Water Quality in the Brighton Aquifer

Information from Southern Water’s Catchment team about water quality in the Brighton chalk block aquifer. Outlines the catchment area for the Brighton chalk block, predictions for the nitrate levels within the water, and catchment management drivers.

Study 1MB

TAP Infographic

Infographic about water use, the aquifer, pollutants, and solutions. 

Inforgraphic 0.5MB

Top Tips for Reducing Groundwater Pollution!

Here are ten top tips to help gardeners and householders reduce groundwater pollution.

Presentation 2MB

SuDS Not Floods!

A great video from the South East Rivers Trust, part of their SuDS in Sutton’s Schools project, showing the amazing benefits that SuDS can bring.


Our Aquifer at Risk

Take a look at how our aquifer can become polluted with these everyday activities. Make sure you’re a groundwater guardian!

Illustration 1.6MB

How Our Aquifer Works

Check out the first of our new aquifer illustrations and find out how our Brighton chalk aquifer works. Thanks to artist Gwyn Williamson for this fun illustration.

Illustration 1.2MB

How to make an edible aquifer

Watch Aimee Felus of The Aquifer Partnership (TAP) make an edible aquifer. See how what we do on the land affects our aquifer, and why we need to safeguard our groundwater.

Video Youtube

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