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
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
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
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
Piedmont, S.C. (June 23, 2010) – The Piedmont Public Service District announced today that plans are underway to construct a new sanitary sewer system for its residents. Made possible by a sponsorship from the Metropolitan Sewer Subdistrict (MSSD) for $5.8 million in state funding, both Upstate agencies are currently working to satisfy the South Carolina
As a proactive effort to improve service to customers with aging sanitary sewer systems, MetroConnects is continuing sanitary sewer rehabilitation work in your area. This work will include necessary replacements of deficient 8-inch mainlines and 6-inch service laterals from the sewer mainline to the property line where it connects to the private 4-inch service line.