Your Tap Water is Safe to Drink

With growing public concern about Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to ensure our community that your drinking water is safe to consume and use.

The Greenville Water filtration and disinfection treatment methods are effective in the removal of all viruses as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Environmental Protection Agency. Our Water Quality team, working with S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control, collects more than 34,000 samples and performs more than 70,000 tests each year to guarantee that the water provided to our customers meets or exceeds stringent federal and state standards.

Learn more about the quality of our water by viewing our Water Quality Report.

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Greenville Water provides service to nearly 500,000 residents of the Upstate region of South Carolina.  Recognizing that water service is critical to the health and well-being of its customers and for the growth and economic vitality of the community, Greenville Water ensures the reliable delivery of high-quality water through careful stewardship of its resources. Greenville Water is committed to providing exceptional service and utilizing safe and effective methods for providing water, while adhering to and surpassing health and safety standards. Governed by an elected Commission of Public Works, Greenville Water is the state’s largest water utility.

In an effort to help protect both our customers and our employees from the spread of Coronavirus, Greenville Water’s lobby remains closed to customer access at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. During this time payments can be made online, over the phone, by mail, through our dropbox service or at CheckFreePay locations. Please continue to check our website and follow us on social media for updates on when we will reopen to the public.

In an effort to help protect both our customers and our employees from the spread of Coronavirus, Greenville Water’s lobby remains closed to customer access at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. During this time payments can be made online, over the phone, by mail, through our dropbox service or at CheckFreePay locations. Please continue to check our website and follow us on social media for updates on when we will reopen to the public.