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Clean Water Blog

Posted June 16, 2018 in Articles

For several years now, Renewable Water Resources has been a major proponent of Be Fresh Water Friendly’s Potty Protocol. The main focus is trying  to convey what people should and should not flush. We have not been alone in this effort. Wastewater officials across the nation are trying to educate the public on how flushing these Read More

Posted April 13, 2018 in Articles

We are excited to unveil a new website for Dig Greenville, which is the biggest wastewater conveyance project in Greenville’s history. You can check it out at www.diggreenville.org. What will you find on this page? Here are the quick highlights: Community resources for the Dig Greenville project. A running timeline on construction. Information on the Read More

Posted April 3, 2018 in Articles

Below is a guest blog from Heather Nix of Upstate Forever. We are sharing it because we love the message she is sharing about clean water and how everyone can be working together to ensure our region’s natural resources stay clean.   “Here in the Upstate it’s hard to imagine having a severe water crisis Read More

Posted March 22, 2018 in Articles

Love your Water Bill! How often do you look at your water bill and think about the valuable services you are paying for? We know you pay it every month, but do you think about how our quality of life would quickly decline if we didn’t have access to clean water and wastewater treatment services? Read More

Posted March 2, 2018 in Articles

What a beautiful day it is here in the Upstate! Spring is here (we think), and we are getting very close to beginning work on the Dig Greenville project! Black & Veatch and Renewable Water Resources are excited to get this project underway and look forward to continuing to partner with our community to make Read More

Posted January 12, 2018 in Articles

Ever wondered what we are doing on Mauldin Road? Then maybe you should give us a call to schedule a tour of one of Water Resource Recovery Facilities. ReWa hosts WRRF tours for various groups, including local schools, colleges/universities, businesses, homeschoolers, Girl Scout Troops, and other environmental interest groups as part of our public education program. Read More

Posted December 30, 2017 in Articles

The US Water Alliance recently released the Executive Summary of its One Water for America Policy Framework, capping a series of national “one water” listening sessions held across the country over the past few years and presenting a vision of how the United States can better view, value and manage water.  The document synthesizes input Read More

Posted December 25, 2017 in Articles
Posted November 28, 2017 in Articles

Want to take part in the biggest underground event in Greenville history? Then come out this Saturday to Dig Greenville’s BIG Skate Day at Ice on Main on Saturday. That is when ReWa will be hosting a Name the Drill contest. Community members are invited to submit their name ideas during the contest that will run Read More

Posted November 21, 2017 in Articles

Earlier this week, ReWa officials along with members of 25 local governments, conservation groups and public utilities took part in the Reedy River Water Quality Group’s (RRWQG) “Big Tent” event. The RRWQG’s mission is to protect, preserve and improve water quality in the Reedy River. To do this, they’ve gathered local city and county agencies, Read More