Employment Opportunities 



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Lake Treatment Plan

Based on field and lab observations, ARJWS will be conducting an algaecide treatment in Lake Hartwell upstream of and around the raw water intake structure on Tuesday May 9, 2017.  The algaecide application will be conducted by Aquaservices, Inc., a South Carolina certified applicator of aquatic herbicides.  This algaecide application is part of ARJWS’ ongoing efforts to reduce the presence of taste and odor causing algae.  This upcoming treatment has already been coordinated with DHEC, SCDNR, and ArmyCorps of Engineers. For a copy of the Treatment Plan, Click here 









David Melton, Operations Manager, presents the AWOP award

                   to Jeff Caldwell, Chairman of the Board. 


The Anderson Regional Joint Water System Water treatment plant

has received the 2014 South Carolina Department of Health and

Environment Control's Area Wide Optimization Program

(AWOP) award for the seventh straight year, and the ninth

year overall.  AWOP is an effort to optimize the performance

of existing surface water treatment facilities beyond regulated

standards. The goal of the program is to optimize particle removal

and disinfection at all filtration plants to maximize

public health protection.  Facilities that receive the award are

among the top performers state wide.








Taste and Odor in Source Water


Anderson Regional Joint Water System (ARJWS), Hartwell Lake Filter Plant, located at 998 Hunters Trail, Anderson, SC  29625, is committed to providing residents with a safe and reliable supply of high-quality drinking water. We test our water using sophisticated equipment and advanced procedures. Your water meets state and federal standards for both appearance and safety.

Anderson Regional Joint Water System, Hartwell Lake Filter Plant is supplied by surface water from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Hartwell Lake Reservoir, lying along the border of Upstate South Carolina and Georgia. The plant operates 24 hours per day, every day of the year. During 2006, the plant treated 6.8 billion gallons of water. The plant is operated by highly trained, state certified operators.




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