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  Sep 01, 2020

Greenville Water Commission Chair, Phillip Kilgore on the New Sustainability Building at the Roper Mountain Science Center

Greenville Water Commission Chair, Phillip Kilgore talks about why it means so much to Greenville Water to support Roper Mountain Science Center (RMSC) and Greenville County Schools (GVCS) on the development of the new Environmental Science and Sustainability Building.

Our exhibit in the Sustainability Building is a one-of-a-kind water story that features an immersive water cycle that will guide visitors on a journey through our Table Rock watershed.

partnership with RMSC and GVCS provides a unique opportunity to engage Greenville’s future leaders while supporting STEM education and establishing lasting, positive impacts in the areas of environmental awareness, sustainability, conservation and water education.