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MetroConnects Receives SC DHEC Facility Excellence Award

April 10, 2017

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 maintenance, and the protection of the environment while

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Sanitary Sewer System Survey

February 8, 2017

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 lines to ensure accuracy for future operations, maintenance

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RFP for Surveying of Collection System

September 21, 2016

MetroConnects is soliciting qualifications and proposals for the remapping of our sanitary sewer collection system. Issued 9/21/2016, Questions Due 9/30/2016, RFP Response Due 10/21/2016 2:00 PM. RFP for Surveying Services    

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MetroConnects Commission Meeting Agenda

December 17, 2015

MONTHLY COMMISSION MEETING March 21, 2016 Location:  120 Augusta Arbor Way, Greenville, SC  29605 AGENDA Minutes Disbursements Old Business Engineering Reports New Business Manager’s Report

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MetroConnects Removes I/I in Taylors Area

November 11, 2015

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 (WRRF) basin. The Piedmont Park sanitary sewer collection

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Work Together to Sustain Infrastructure

July 23, 2012

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 is truly an investment in the future.  Though

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Metro to Begin Construction of the Piedmont Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project

January 10, 2012

Full-scale renovations of the 100-year old sewer system set to start in January 2012 Piedmont, S.C. (December 14, 2011) – Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (Metro) and Piedmont Public Service District (PPSD) are pleased to announce that $7.9 million in funding necessary to begin full-scale rehabilitation of the Piedmont Sewer System has been secured. Without the support

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Metro Sewer Meeting Community’s Needs

July 18, 2011

By Jim Freeland In 1969, Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (Metro) was formed to provide sanitary sewer collection for a growing Greenville County. Following the vision of the community leaders that created Metro, we have embraced the responsibility of owning, operating and maintaining the sanitary sewer collection systems that serve over 58,000 customers in Greenville County. Metro

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Piedmont Sewer Project Underway

February 26, 2011

Piedmont, S.C. (February 8, 2011) – As announced last June, The Metropolitan Sewer Sub-district is in the process of finalizing the plans to repair, and in some cases relocate, the sanitary sewer system that currently serves approximately 900 properties in Piedmont. Metropolitan has secured $7.8 million for the project and is currently working to satisfy

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Metropolitan Sewer Sub-District to Implement Sewer Service Fee

November 11, 2010

Greenville, S.C. (November 11, 2010) – Metropolitan Sewer Sub-District (MSSD) will implement a sewer service fee in order to provide funding and continue its Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The CIP was developed by MSSD in 1995 to eliminate recurring problems and operational deficiencies identified by the sewer inspection and assessment program. Through the CIP, MSSD

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