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Since 1925, Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) has been committed to providing high quality wastewater treatment services to the Upstate of South Carolina while promoting a cleaner environment, protecting the public health and water quality of the Upstate waterways and developing the necessary sewer infrastructure to sustain our community and growing economy.

With nine water resource recovery facilities and nearly 400 miles of pipe, we serve a broad geographic area, including Greenville County and portions of Anderson, Laurens, Pickens, and Spartanburg Counties up to the North Carolina border. Each day an estimated 42 million gallons of water passes through our trunk lines and reclamation facilities before being cleaned and returned to our area rivers and streams.

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Program Information

Wastewater Treatment Operator (2018) – 5 apprentices / Education – Wastewater Operator Certification
(Central Carolina Technical College)

Conveyance and Maintenance (2019) – 3 apprentices / Education – Red Vector Training
(Greenville Technical College)