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Greenville WaterThursday, September 20th, 2018 at 3:36pm

One of our more visible projects is a pressure improvement project along Rutherford Road and Pleasantburg Drive. This is what flushing a 12 inch water main line looks like! Flushing is an important part of installing new water lines because it clears out any debris that may have found its way into the pipes during construction. It also looks pretty cool.

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Greenville WaterFriday, September 14th, 2018 at 4:28pm

Over the last week, Greenville Water staff has been planning and preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Florence. Weather events can be the cause of water main breaks and outages. However, we are confident that water service will continue throughout the upcoming event. While the majority of our system is gravity fed, some areas are pressure zones which rely on power to move the water uphill. In the event of a power outage, we have generators and fuel to restore water service. Heavy rains can contribute to an increase in water main breaks but our crews are on standby ready to move equipment and quickly make repairs as necessary. At this time, we expect to operate as normal on Monday. However, any changes will be posted here on social media. We hope all of you are prepared for whatever this storm might bring and that you enjoy a safe weekend!

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Greenville WaterMonday, September 10th, 2018 at 2:37pm

How does a water utility nearly 250 miles from the coast prepare for a hurricane? In an effort to be good neighbors to our friends downstream, Greenville Water constantly monitors our reservoir levels. In anticipation of the heavy rainfall expected from Hurricane Florence, we will release water from our reservoirs until Wednesday afternoon. This will allow the rainfall to refill the reservoirs and reduce the stress on reservoirs located downstream. #hurricaneflorence

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Wednesday, August 8th, 2018 at 4:03pm
A company called EPI is claiming to be in the area testing water for Greenville Water. We are not in any way associated with this company. We have no water quality concerns that would require you to test your water. https://t.co/DnodDa2MZ9