|Written by ASUS Admin|
|Saturday, 12 February 2011 20:26|
Palmetto State Utility Services, Inc. (PSUS)
Fort Jackson, the center for training for the U.S. Army, trains 50 percent of soldiers in basic combat training, 60 percent of women entering the Army, and 100 percent of Army drill sergeants each year—about 36,000 military personnel. Palmetto State Utility Services, Inc. (PSUS) is proud to help make this vital mission possible by operating, maintaining, and upgrading the installation’s water and wastewater systems. PSUS has been fulfilling this role since early 2008 under a 50-year contract granted by the federal government, as part of its utility privatization initiative.
Under the contract, PSUS operates and maintains 618,000 linear feet of water-system distribution pipe and two million gallons of water storage. PSUS also operates and maintains the installation’s wastewater system, consisting of 375,000 linear feet of sewer collection pipe, nine lift stations, and 40 grease traps.
With a deep commitment to customer care, PSUS diligently works to protect every drop of water from source to tap, along with maintaining the Fort Jackson wastewater system. As a utility provider, PSUS regularly analyzes its water and wastewater systems to determine what areas need repair, replacement, or new facilities. In addition, PSUS puts a strong focus on water efficiency, with ongoing outreach that helps customers learn how to better manage their water use.
PSUS is honored to provide services that support the role Fort Jackson plays in defending the country and supporting military operations overseas and the 21,000 military, civilian, and family members who live and work at Fort Jackson.
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