Check the individual committee pages for the monthly meeting schedules.
Upstate Roundtable Chairman, George Fletcher, Greenville News Editorial
The Upstate Roundtable is a volunteer collaboration of community, business and governmental leaders, as well as technical experts, to review and solve the challenges of aligning the Upstate's wastewater infrastructure capacity with its growth. The identified strategies are designed to optimize future capacity within the five Upstate counties of Anderson, Greenville, Laurens, Pickens and Spartanburg. The wastewater treatment systems within those counties are served by the Enoree, Reedy and Saluda River Basins.
The current Upstate Roundtable initiative involves the review and revision of the original 1994 long-range plan, including the mission statement and major objectives, to allow ReWa to better focus its resources for protecting the environment and improving service to its customers.
For additional information on ReWa, visit: www.ReWaonline.org.
For more information on Upstate Growth, check out:
- 2008 Growth Projections for Upstate South Carolina
(Clemson University, Upstate Forever & Saluda Reedy Water Shed Consortium)
- 2007 Modeling Growth & Future Developed Land in the Upstate, SC
(Strom Thurmond Institute, Clemson University)