405 Calhoun Street
Union, SC 29379
The water source for the City of Union is the Broad River. Source water protection is the first line in preventing drinking water contamination and the cornerstone of efforts to save future costs in treatment and possible replacement of local water supplies. The City uses the Environmental Protection Agency and SCDHEC approved methodologies for making sure your water meets all health requirements. The water is chemically treated to remove solids and other harmful contaminants and to kill disease-producing organisms. The water is then filtered to further enhance the clarity and remove any small particles and microbials. Additional chemicals are added to stabilize the water and inhibit corrosion in the pipeline systems. The division provides for the operation, construction and maintenance of the City's water distribution system. Service is provided to approximately 6,100 customers. Service is also provided to five rural water companies through master meters for each company.
Our Water Division consists of fourteen (14) employees: a Water Plant Supervisor, a Construction and Maintenance Supervisor, Assistant C/M Supervisor, Serviceman, four Heavy Equipment Operators, and six Water Plant Operators.
Water Science Questionnaire:
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Water Quality Reports:
2014 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality Results
2015 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality Results
2016 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality Results
2017 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality Results
2018 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality Results
2019 Consumer Confidence Report - Water Quality Results