Category: News

Zebra Mussels: What you need to know

Greenville Water has not experienced zebra mussels in any of our reservoirs. Still, it is important to be aware that zebra mussels are prolific, and once they get established in the water supply, management becomes a huge task. Zebra mussels, small, fingernail-sized mollusks native to the Caspian Sea region of…

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Greenville Water Moves to Daily Billing of Services

Greenville Water is moving to daily billing of services beginning March 1, 2021.  Greenville Water has traditionally read meters in four different cycles – each cycle includes approximately 45,000 meters and is read on a specific week each month and then billed to our customers monthly. These 180,000 plus meters are…

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Volunteerism for Sustainable Conservation

Greenville Water Cares Volunteers Partnered With TreesUpstate and Save Our Saluda to Support Their Largest Ever Tree Planting Event Greenville Water team members planted more than 480 trees and shrubs to help create a riparian buffer along the North Saluda River which receives water from our North Saluda Reservoir. The…

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Protecting Forests to Ensure Sustainable Drinking Water

Greenville Water and Naturaland Trust Partner to Protect Our Critical Natural Resources Greenville Water donated $100,000 to Naturaland Trust to help protect the 238-acre Chapman Bridge Preserve. This partnership protects the iconic Oconee Bells, enhances access for recreation, and preserves the wildlife habitat and water quality of the area. The…

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Greenville Water Cares Volunteers in Action

In keeping with Greenville Water’s emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility, our team members volunteered their time to help Naturaland Trust clean up the Boones Creek Preserve, a 40-acre property that is home to the Oconee Bells – a signature plant of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Volunteers helped clear downed trees…

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