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    Where Does My Water Come From?

    DPU obtains its raw water from the North Fork Edisto River. The high quality and abundant quality provides for future community and economic development. Our water treatment plant processes and average of 8 million gallons per day (MGD) and has the capability to treat 30 MGD. A source water assessment was performed by SCDHEC and results are available by visiting the website at ww.scdhec.net or by calling the DPU Water Division at (803) 268-4404

Manage My Account

With DPU's Online payment Services, you have an online tool at your fingertips to help you manage your accounts and pay your utility bills online. View & Pay Bill

2016 Water Quality Report

Our Water Meets and Exceeds All Drinking Water Requirements! Click the water drop for a downloadable pdf of our Water Quality Report.

Call 811 before you dig!


Know What's Below!

National Public Works Week recognizes the important role public works/utilities play in connecting us all together. As the cornerstone of civilization, public works provides, maintains and improves the structures and services that assure a higher quality of life for the citizens of Orangeburg and surrounding areas. We salute the staffs at both the City of Orangeburg and the Department of Public Utilities for their tireless efforts to keep our homes safe and secure.

Report downed power lines and outages through the DPU Outage Management System

Click on this link for the energy saving tips.


DPU 2017 Closing Schedule
Holiday Name Day of Week Date
Memorial Day Monday May 29, 2017
Independence Day Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
Labor Day Monday Sep 4, 2017
Thanksgiving Day Thursday Nov 23, 2017
Thanksgiving Day Observed Friday Nov 24, 2017
Christmas Day Monday Dec 25, 2017
Christmas Day Observed Tuesday Dec 26, 2017

What you need to know for New Service

Get in touch!

Feel free to contact us

1016 Russell St.,
Orangeburg, SC 29115

Telephone: +803-268-4000
Outage: +803-268-4100
E-mail: customerservice@orbgdpu.com

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