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MetroConnects Adopts Restricted Access Policy

The Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict Commission, dba MetroConnects or Metro, has adopted a new policy regarding ownership and operations of sewer collection services in restricted areas. Commission members signed a restricted access policy during its June 18, 2018 meeting, which allows MetroConnects a framework for resolving service and

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MetroConnects Welcomes New Commissioner

MetroConnects Welcomes New Commissioner

MetroConnects Welcomes New Commissioner Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (MetroConnects) welcomed new commissioner Henry “Hank” Davis to serve on the board while recognizing outgoing commissioner M. Graham Proffitt, III for 47 years of service. Davis was appointed by Governor H. R. McMaster in November and attended his first board

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MetroConnects Receives SC DHEC Facility Excellence Award

MetroConnects Receives SC DHEC Facility Excellence Award

MetroConnects Receives SC DHEC Facility Excellence Award Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (MetroConnects) has received the 2016 Facility Excellence Award from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. This prestigious award is given annually to wastewater treatment and collection agencies who demonstrate excellence in facility operations and

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Sanitary Sewer System Survey

Sanitary Sewer System Survey

February 7, 2017 MetroConnects (Metro) is pleased to announce the launch of a system-wide survey and mapping project encompassing the entirety of MetroConnects’ 150 square mile service area.  This five year, multi-phase project will update and verify existing data for more than 630 miles of sanitary sewer

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MetroConnects Removes I/I in Taylors Area

MetroConnects Removes I/I in Taylors Area

MetroConnects Removes I/I in Taylors Area Greenville, SC – (November 10, 2015) – MetroConnects (Metro) is pleased to announce the completion of the Piedmont Park Rehabilitation project.  This project area covers the Piedmont Park collection system in the Taylors area of the Pelham Water Resource Recovery Facility

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Work Together to Sustain Infrastructure

By Jim Freeland As a local business owner involved in the development of Greenville County, as well as the Chairman of the Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (MetroConnects) Commission, I believe sustaining underground infrastructure is a crucial element of ensuring a community’s success. Continually upgrading and replacing aging pipes

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