Metropolitan Sewer Sub-District Serving Greenville and Anderson
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Metro is a special purpose district created by the State Legislature in 1969 to operate and maintain sanitary sewer facilities within a growing Greenville County.  Metro serves approximately 58,950 customers with more than 602 miles of collector lines, 9 pump stations and 10 miles of force main.  Our collection system transports wastewater from area homes and businesses to Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) trunk lines and wastewater treatment plants.  Metro's 150 square mile service area extends from northern Greenville County in the Slater Marietta area to the southern portions of the county, and east and west to the Greenville County line.  We also serve the Piedmont area in Anderson County.

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