Nov 06, 2023
Greenville Water experienced a break on our 72-inch transmission main near our Adkins Water Treatment facility on Friday November 3, 2023. Greenville Water is working around the clock to repair this break. There are no water quality concerns from this break.
Due to the main break Greenville Water is currently experiencing a reduced water capacity. We are asking all of our customers to VOLUNTARILY reduce their water use by taking extra measures to minimize unnecessary water consumption and high-volume water uses until further notice.
All Greenville Water customers are urged, whenever possible, to defer activities which may use large amounts of water including irrigation systems, water features, watering lawns, and washing vehicles until this conservation notice is lifted.
We will announce the end of this water conservation notice as soon as we have restored our water transmission and storage to normal levels. We anticipate that this should be within the next 72 hours.
With customer cooperation and conservative water use over the next few days there should be ample supply of water for normal household use during this period.
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