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News & Alerts
Environmental Management System 2017 External Audit Read More »
FOIA Requests and Changes Effective January 1, 2016 Read More »
General Permit Renewal for Food Service Establishments Read More »
Notice of ReWa Rate Increase Read More »
ReWa on behalf of SCDOT will close Edwards Road bridge for utility relocation Read More »
View information on the Richland Creek Trunk Sewer Improvement Project Read More »
Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) at 601 Chick Springs Road in Greenville Read More »
Sewer-related emergency? Read More »
Our Facilities
How our WRRF work

Our Upstate WRRF achievements go beyond treating wastewater; they create resources, energy, keep us healthy, and sustain our aquatic resources.

Our WRRF fill our major rivers with clean water and create biosolids that act as organic fertilizers. In addition to our WRRF, we also have an advanced collection system, laboratory, and a LEED certified Administration building.

To learn more about our processes and buildings please explore the information below.

Water Resource Recovery Facilities

Collection System

Laboratory

Administration Building