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Clean Water Blog

Posted September 7, 2017 in Articles

Renewable Water Resources was recently honored as one of the 25 Utility of the Future of Today honorees, which recognizes forward-thinking, innovative utilities that are providing resilient and value-added service to communities. However, the agency’s story begins more than 90 years ago when the Upstate region of South Carolina was just beginning to urbanize. The Read More

Posted August 8, 2017 in Articles

Who knew that a person could make $150,000 working in sewers? I’m going to make an educated guess that your high school guidance counselor never told you that one? Or even your college advisors. I can make that guess because we at Renewable Water Resource are growing and hiring a lot. And oftentimes, people who Read More

Posted July 21, 2017 in Articles

Infrastructure is a hot topic these days. From the Palmetto State’s headline-grabbing debate over raising the gas tax to improve roads to a national emphasis on improving infrastructure, it seems everyone is interested in the systems that most people take for granted. But not all infrastructure systems are created equal. You probably notice every pothole Read More

Posted July 20, 2017 in Articles Tagged , ,

The following is an Op-Ed written by ReWa CEO Graham Rich, which ran in the Greenville News on July 20, 2017. Infrastructure is a hot topic these days. From the Palmetto State’s headline-grabbing debate over raising the gas tax to improve roads to a national emphasis on improving infrastructure, it seems everyone is interested in Read More

Posted July 11, 2017 in Articles

We at Renewable Water Resources believe that when you turn on the tap, the only thing you should see is an uninterrupted flow of clean, refreshing water, and it’s our daily mission to ensure that this is the case. Greenvillians can take their tap water for granted, but that’s not true everywhere in the Palmetto Read More

Posted June 29, 2017 in Articles

ReWa is proud to announce that our Native Plant and Water Reuse Garden educational campus is now complete! The feature will serve a key role in educating the community on the benefits of water reuse and conservation efforts as well as native plants. The purple pipe represents infrastructure that conveys reuse water that can be Read More

Posted June 13, 2017 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 Read More

Posted May 30, 2017 in Articles

By Bailee Hepola Most people do not realize the things they do every day that affect our freshwater. Every day. It makes such a big impact on our lives because we use our water all the time in our daily activities. We drink our water, use it to wash dishes, to bathe, wash our car, Read More

Posted May 26, 2017 in Articles

Our Reedy River Quality Group was recently used as a model for water quality integrated planning and permitting during a testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives’ Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water and Environment. American Public Works Association Board Director Bill Spearman, who is also a water quality expert based in Saluda, S.C., shared Read More

Posted March 17, 2017 in Articles

What is World Water Day? On March 22, people all over the world will be working to educate about the importance of clean water and taking action against the global water crisis. There are more than 663 million people living without a safe water supply close to home, spending countless hours queuing or trekking to Read More