Category: News

Making Holiday Dreams Come True

Every year, The Salvation Army of Greenville provides Christmas gifts to children through the Angel Tree program. In Greenville, Pickens and Oconee Counties, The Salvation Army serves more than 2,000 children! Without Angel Tree, many of these children would otherwise have very little or nothing to open during the holiday…

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Rescued Bear Released in Table Rock Watershed

South Carolina Department of Natural Resources rescued an abandoned cub in Pickens County in June of this year. The cub (only 20 pounds when discovered) had been stranded for several days in a tree while the mother bear had been run off by hunting dogs. Unfortunately, the dogs got a…

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Greenville Water Honored with Utility Management Achievement in Water Industry Award

Greenville Water received The Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) 2020 Sustainable Water Utility Management award. AMWA management awards recognize the exceptional performance of public drinking water utilities where management vision and employee commitment create sustainable utilities producing ample supplies of clean, safe drinking water. The Sustainable Water Utility Management…

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Greenville Water Invites Customer to “Adopt” an Angel

Greenville Water invites the community to participate with our team in The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program!  Every year, The Salvation Army of Greenville provides Christmas gifts to children through the Angel Tree program. In Greenville, Pickens and Oconee Counties, The Salvation Army serves more than 2,500 children! Without Angel Tree,…

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Hillandale Tank Construction Project

Greenville Water partnered with Langston Construction to build a new groundwater storage tank located on Paris Mountain. The time-lapse video below shows the Hillandale Tank construction, which holds 1.25 million gallons of water, equivalent to two Olympic sized swimming pools at 660,000 gallons each. The tank took two years to…

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