Empowering Our Industrial Partners

At ReWa, we’re always looking ahead. And we want to encourage you to do the same. By staying up-to-date with federal rules and regulations, we provide our industrial partners with a library of resources to make compliance easier.

Everything you need to ensure local and federal wastewater compliance is at your fingertips.

Can’t find something? Please give us a call at 864-299-4000.


Food Service Establishments

Through our sustainable practices and education programs, we work to prevent pollution, backups and clogs, while preserving the environment and ensuring our community remains healthy and beautiful for generations to come.

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The ReWa Biosolids Program uses state-of-the-art equipment to reclaim safe, organic material from the over 40 million gallons of wastewater that we clean every day.

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Industrial waste, like all types of waste, can seriously damage the environment if not properly treated.

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Rewa BizIndustry Vendors


Our Purchasing Department is responsible for acquiring the materials, supplies, equipment and services necessary for ReWa’s day-to-day operations.

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Commercial & Industrial Users

Industrial waste, like all types of waste, can seriously damage the environment if not properly treated. Our Pretreatment Department permits and inspects more than 100 industries in the Greenville area to ensure all parties contributing wastewater to ReWa's publicly-owned Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRF) remain compliant with state and federal laws.

Our rates enable us to provide quality service to more than 150,000 customer accounts, in addition to managing 430 miles of pipe and operating nine water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs). We don’t receive funds from local or state taxes, which means all our expenses are funded through a combination of user fees, state revolving loans and revenue debt.

Customer rates support our daily work in expanding the system’s capacity to meet economic demand, rehabilitate and replace aged sections of our current system and continually make system improvements to meet increasingly stringent environmental regulations.

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