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
Pardon Our Progress
Beginning December 5th, the Department of Public Utilities will begin our Natural Gas expansion project for the Town of Elloree. This project is a collaboration between The City of Elloree and The City of Orangeburg's Department of Public Utilities. Our goal is to have natural gas available to many of the residents and the businesses in Elloree by late Spring, early Summer 2017. For residents in this area, please call our Natural Gas Division at (803) 268-4304 to find out if this opportunity will be available upon completion of the project.
“Please be advised, beginning January 1, 2017, the DPU will no longer accept payroll and other third party checks for utility payment. Thanks for your understanding in this matter.”
|DPU 2017 Closing Schedule|
|Holiday Name||Day of Week||Date|
|Good Friday||Friday||Apr 14, 2017|
|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|
Get in touch!
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1016 Russell St.,
Orangeburg, SC 29115
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