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Dig Greenville

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 project team.
  • News updates.
  • Frequently Asked Questions.

Remember, Dig Greenville is ReWa’s tunnel project that will address some of the county’s 100-year sewage needs. It will feature a gravity sewer tunnel, approximately 100 feet below ground, 10 feet in diameter, spanning from Westfield Street to Cleveland Park in downtown Greenville. That is 1.3 miles! This unique project will serve the downtown area as well as the northern part of Greenville up to the North Carolina State line