Jan 01, 2021
Transfer of Water Service from Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission to Greenville Water
Greenville Water (GW) is excited to welcome Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission customers to our system!
We are pleased to announce that GW and the Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission (LCWSC) have reached an Agreement to better define their adjoining service area boundaries. As a result of this Agreement, approximately 200 accounts, formerly served by LCWSC, will now be customers of GW starting on January 7, 2021.
On January 7, 2021, LCWSC read these customer’s meter for the last time and provided one final bill to the customer for their water usage. Any water usage prior to January 7, 2021, will be due and payable to LCWSC on January 23, 2021. LCWSC will then transfer the approximately 200 customer account details to GW and GW will read the customer’s meter in the first week of February and all water bills will be payable to GW from that point forward.
There will be no cost to these approximately 200 accounts or interruptions in service due to this transfer. These customers will continue to experience the same great water quality they are accustom to.
Convenient Bill Pay
GW has several convenient ways for customers to receive and pay their bill.
To learn more about these options, please visit https://www.greenvillewater.com/pay-bill/payment-options/ or call GW at 864-241-6000 to set up account preferences.
Both entities pride themselves on great customer service and moving forward that will not change. Additionally, because GW serves a much larger population, our rates are typically lower than LCWSC. For this reason, there is likely to be a decrease in the monthly bill after the transfer. A listing of Greenville Water’s rates can be found at https://www.greenvillewater.com/customer-service/rate-information/.
Customers are encouraged to reach out with questions related to their account or service to either LCWSC’s Customer Service at 864-682-3250; or GW’s Customer Service Department at 864-241-6000 or via email at email@example.com.
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