Anderson County Wastewater Department serves residential, commercial, and industrial dischargers through both wastewater collection system and treatment. Anderson County owns and maintains approximately 250 miles of wastewater collection lines, 52 pump stations and one wastewater treatment plant, Six & Twenty. The Six & Twenty Plant serves the corridor of Hwy 81 N and I-85 which includes industrial, commercial and residential dischargers. Anderson County also has agreements in place with other utilities to treat wastewater from various areas of the County that are served by the County's collection system.
A permit must be completed prior to connecting into the sewer system. A capacity fee which is based on the SCDHEC Unit Contributory Loading Rate will apply to all permits. Please have the following information available when calling for a permit: Lot number, tax map number (TMS), service address and subdivision (if applicable), Builder's Federal I.D. number and check number. See Sewer Permit Check List. Residential sewer permit capacity fee is $4,000 plus applicable water deposits. Commercial and Industrial customers, please call (864) 260-4023 to have capacity fee calculated.
Checks should be made payable to: Anderson County Wastewater Management
Any connections made to Anderson County's sewer collection system must be inspected by Anderson County Wastewater personnel.
**Require SDR 35 Cell Classification 12454**
A 48 hour notice is required for scheduling inspections and must be called into the office at (864) 260-4023.
Anderson County Sewer Billing & Payments
In Person: Historic Courthouse, 101 S. Main St., Anderson, SC 29624
By Mail: Post Office Box 13666, Anderson, SC 29622
Ph: (864) 260-4710