¡Llámenos primero al (864) 277-4442! ¡MetroConnects puede ayudar! Nos enfocamos en mantener su sistema de recolección de alcantarillado sanitario en buenas condiciones operativas para que nuestros clientes puedan contar con un servicio de alcantarillado confiable. Si usted está experimentando desbordamiento del alcantarillado sanitario, drenaje lento o cualquier otro problema de plomería, llame a MetroConnects antes
Every day, water professionals are out in the community, working to keep our water sources and environment clean and safe. On February 13, the South Carolina General Assembly recognized that work, declaring March 6, 2023 as “Water Professionals Day.” Legislators wrote that water professionals are “unsung heroes” who dedicate themselves to service to our communities.
This week for Black History Month, MetroConnects honors a Greenville native whose music, acting and activism richly deserve a place in Greenville’s history. Born in 1914, Joshua Daniel White broke barriers throughout his career, appearing on stage in integrated acts and performing for the White House, all in a pre-Civil Rights era in which he
Proactive Maintenance and Replacement As part of its Clean Water Forward initiative, MetroConnects has been inspecting its sanitary sewer lines and undertaking maintenance and replacement of aging sewer infrastructure. During these inspections, MetroConnects crew members and contractors are also identifying problems within your private sanitary sewer lateral line and your clean-out (please see drawing above).
Serving the Payne Branch Basin MetroConnects is hard at work on capital improvement projects in the Payne Branch Basin area. Crews began construction in September 2022. By the project’s end, Metro will have installed 18 new concrete manholes and approximately 2,600 linear feet of gravity sewer main. The Metro pipes will connect with a new
This week for Black History Month, MetroConnects honors five-term Greenville County Councilmember Xanthene Sayles Norris for her decades of service to the Greenville community. Councilmember Norris’s dedication to public service, civil rights and civic engagement has been a hallmark of the 93-year-old’s career. Norris retired from Greenville County Council when her term expired in December
This week, as MetroConnects continues to celebrate Black History Month, we remember Fountain Inn’s Clayton “Peg Leg” Bates. “Peg Leg” Bates broke racial and disability barriers as he danced his way around the world, beginning in 1915. An Accident That Secured a Destiny Clayton “Peg Leg” Bates just might be the most famous of Greenville’s
Vandalism Creates Sanitary Sewer Overflow in Taylors GREENVILLE – Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (MetroConnects) is investigating a sanitary sewer overflow near 33 Randy Dr., Taylors, caused by vandalism. MetroConnects responded to an overflowing manhole on Wednesday, February 1, 2023. MetroConnects’ crews worked overnight to remove rocks and several large boulders that had been thrown down into
Public Service Announcement Contact: Carolyn Farr Shanesy (864) 526-8583 or email@example.com GREENVILLE – Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (MetroConnects) is investigating a sanitary sewer overflow near 33 Randy Dr., Taylors. MetroConnects responded to an overflowing manhole on Wednesday February 1, 2023. The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control has been notified of the spill. Residents are
This week, we honor Reverends James R. Rosemond and Gabriel Poole, who were both born into enslavement. “Father” Rosemond established the first Black Methodist Church in the Upstate in 1865. “Father” Poole established the first Black Baptist congregation in Greenville in 1868. Celebrating Black History Month This Black History Month, MetroConnects would like to pay