LWV US Position on Natural Resources
As citizens of the world we must protect our planet from the physical, economic and public health effects of climate change while also providing pathways to economic prosperity.
Lake Alert: Drawdown begins December 1
Spartanburg Water is initiating a lake level drawdown project for both Lake Bowen and Lake Blalock beginning Saturday, December 1.
For Lake Bowen FAQ’s about watershed maintenance and lake levels, click here.
For Lake Blalock FAQ’s about watershed maintenance and lake levels, click here.
For more information, visit Spartanburg Water's Website or call the Lake Bowen Wardens’ office at (864) 578-5442.
Spartanburg Water's number-one priority continues to be the fulfillment of our mission to provide quality water in a reliable manner. Reliance on facts allows us to address this issue and get back to the business at hand: Ensuring the delivery of safe, quality water to more than 200,000 people.
1/4/2020 09:21:30 pm
Being able to stay in a natural environment is just so cool. I think that we are all living in a place that is too toxic, and it is affecting our life. If we cannot go and take in fresh air, then our lungs might just collapse in the future. I am actually hoping for things to happen in my life, especially in this part. I want to have a healthier lifestyle that is for sure, it is what I want.
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