First ReWa Clean Water Challenge slated for next Tuesday

GREENVILLE, S.C. – Students from Fisher Middle School and Hughes Academy will be competing next week to win the inaugural ReWa Clean Water Challenge. The ReWa Clean Water Challenge is a partnership between Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) and Greenville County Schools to create more awareness about the importance of clean water. The students from these…

85-385 Gateway Project

Gateway Project detour scheduled

GREENVILLE, S.C. –  Drivers should expect two detours  tonight near the I-85-385 interchange tonight that are part of the greater 85-385 Gateway Project. Crews are planning to implement the first detour along I-85 south bound collector/distributor lanes at exit 51. It will send traffic onto I- 385 north to take the Roper Mountain Road exit,…

SC Chamber Safety Awards Presented to Renewable Water Resources

Greenville, S.C. (May 10, 2016) — Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) was presented the South Carolina Chamber Safety Awards to honor its efforts in making workplace safety a priority. The following ReWa departments received safety awards: Administrative and Engineering Services, Instrumentation, Laboratory, Pretreatment, Purchasing, Solids Management. In addition, six water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs) received the award:…

Greenville entrepreneur Johnson to moderate Chamber panel

  GREENVILLE, S.C. – Local entrepreneur Tammy Johnson will be the moderator at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Owners Forum next week. The quarterly event provides an opportunity for small business owners to learn best practices from each other.   The meeting will kick off with a brainstorming session of issues, followed by peer-to-peer…

Habitat for Humanity celebrates completion of Michelin/Greenville Technical College Build

GREER, S.C. — Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County, Michelin, and Greenville Technical College celebrated several milestones together on Wednesday, May 4, with the completion of the first home of the 2016 season. Habitat Greenville’s long-time Habitat partner, Michelin, has partnered to build ten homes. While Greenville Tech President Keith Miller has been a participant…

BASF site recognized for reducing environmental impact

MAULDIN, SC, May 2, 2016 — BASF’s Mauldin, South Carolina, site has been recognized by AdvanceSC, an initiative that awards grants to South Carolina manufacturers using energy saving applications. The site received the distinction for reducing its energy consumption through modifications to its heating process. Production processes at BASF’s Mauldin plant previously relied on steam.…