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WEASC Districts: Blue Ridge Foothills
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The Blue Ridge Foothills District proudly serves the Upstate membership of the Water Environment Association of South Carolina.  We provide training, support, networking and fellowship for water environment professionals located in Anderson, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens and Spartanburg counties. With over 600 members strong, our water environment professionals consist of water distribution, collection and treatment professionals, engineers, regulators and suppliers of environmental products.
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Stephen Kennette joined the group WEASC Districts: Blue Ridge Foothills.
Posted Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Sharon Church wrote on the WEASC Districts: Blue Ridge Foothills wall: Our September meeting will be held on Tuesday the 13th at the William A. Carr Conference Center in Easley. Easley Combined Utilities has graciously set up this location for us, and Polytec, Inc. is sponsoring and presenting. Registration will start at 5:00pm with the presentation starting at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there!
Posted Friday, August 12, 2016
Morgan Young joined the group WEASC Districts: Blue Ridge Foothills.
Posted Friday, August 12, 2016
Sharon Church wrote on the WEASC Districts: Blue Ridge Foothills wall: Please join us at the Blue Ridge Foothills District July 12, 2016 meeting when our Meeting Sponsor, Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc. will make a presentation on the Goodby Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc. was retained by Orangeburg County to oversee the design and construction management of a new 1.5 Million Gallon per Day (MGD) Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility strategically located to provide service to the proposed John W. Matthews Industrial Park and sized to accommodate growth in the Towns of Elloree and Santee, Jafza Magna Park, and surrounding unincorporated areas on the eastern side of the County. Alliance Consulting Engineers, Inc. designed a cost effective and environmentally sound system for the collection, treatment, and disposal of wastewater that involved the construction of a new Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) treatment facility with the effluent land application system immediately adjacent to the new facility. The design of the facility included provisions for future industrial reuse of the effluent in John W. Matthews Industrial Park. After siting, permitting and funding challenges, the project was completed in 2014. Within a few months of the completion of the Goodby Plant, Sigmatex, which supplies aerospace and automotive industries, announced it would locate in the Matthews Industrial Park bringing a $12 million dollar investment and fifty (50) new jobs to the County. The meeting will be held at ReWa in Greenville. Registration and social hour will begin at 5:00, presentation at 6:00, and dinner and business meeting at 6:45. Click on the event link under "Upcoming Events" for more information. Hope to see you there!
Posted Thursday, June 16, 2016
Sharon Church wrote on the WEASC Districts: Blue Ridge Foothills wall: Hi BRFD Members- don't forget that the Water for People Golf Tournament is coming up next week on Thursday June 9th. Registration begins at 12:00 pm and the tournament begins at 1:00 pm at Southern Oaks Golf Club in Easley. You can golf in teams of 4, or as an individual. We have some great prizes and contests, and best of all, the tournament proceeds will go to Water for People, a charity that promotes the development of high quality drinking water and sanitation services in developing countries across the world. Please consider joining us or helping to sponsor this wonderful event.
Posted Wednesday, June 1, 2016
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