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ReWa Monitoring Greenville Area Sewage Overflows

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ReWa is monitoring and testing the water, but it’s warning people to avoid contact with the Enoree River downstream from the overflow in Taylors, and the Richland Creek, and receiving streams, including the Cleveland Park area near the Greenville overflow ReWa is monitoring and testing the water, but it’s warning people to avoid contact with the Enoree River downstream from the overflow in Taylors, and the Richland Creek, and receiving streams, including the Cleveland Park area near the Greenville overflow
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

Monday’s heavy rainfall caused two sewage overflows in the Greenville area.

Renewable Water Resources officials say the sanitary sewer overflows at Main Street in Taylors and Chick Springs Road in Greenville have stopped after water levels returned to normal Tuesday.

ReWa is monitoring and testing the water, but it’s warning people to avoid contact with the Enoree River downstream from the overflow in Taylors, and the Richland Creek, and receiving streams, including the Cleveland Park area near the Greenville overflow.

ReWa officials will let everyone know when the water is safe.

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