ReWa’s health and wellness program nets top honors, recognized among state’s best for public employees

Utility offers onsite immediate care, health screenings and mental health support

GREENVILLE—Renewable Water Resources’ (ReWa) employee health and wellness program has been recognized among the state’s best by the South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (PEBA). The regional wastewater utility recently took home the winning honors in the “Optional Employer” category in the PEBA Partners award program that recognizes employers that promote healthier workplaces.

ReWa’s program offers a full complement of unique programs and services, including the recent addition of an onsite nurse practitioner who provides the utility’s entire workforce with convenient access to a credentialed medical professional.

“PEBA strives to recognize employers who are setting the bar for workplace well-being programs across the state,” reads an announcement from PEBA’s website.

The ReWa wellness program continues to earn the praise and confidence of the utility’s entire team, officials said, by providing employees the opportunity to receive immediate care that is both convenient and responsive.

“In addition to onsite medical care, ReWa continues to continually growing wellness program, with opportunities to engage with a health coach, as well as access to mobile mammography, hearing screenings and even an employee-managed walking club,” ReWa officials said.

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ABOUT ReWa: Serving a population of more than 500,000 in Greenville County, as well as portions of Anderson, Spartanburg, Pickens and Laurens counties, ReWa’s mission is to improve our community’s quality of life by transforming wastewater into renewable resources through responsible and innovative solutions, all while recycling more than 40 million gallons of wastewater each and every day.

ABOUT PEBA: PEBA manages retirement plans for more than 600,000 people by serving as the fiduciary stewards of the contributions and disbursements of the pension trust funds. In partnership with the state’s public employers, PEBA helps ensure that the state’s public employers can offer their employees a comprehensive retirement plan that is responsive to their needs and is equitable to all stakeholders.

PEBA offers several insurance products/programs to more than 500,000 people (including spouses and dependents) throughout South Carolina.