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Wastewater Discharge Increase into the Edisto River PDF Print E-mail
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Edisto River

About a year ago, I came to learn that an agreement was in place to increase wastewater discharge into the headwaters of the North Edisto River by one million gallons per day. The agreement between the Town of Batesburg-Leesville and Saluda County Water & Sewer Authority states that Saluda County would construct a pump station and sewer lines that would send one million gallons per day of sewage to be treated at the Batesburg-Leesville wastewater treatment plant.

There are several issues with this agreement.