ReWa Partners with the Children’s Museum of the Upstate for   Greenzilla Earth Day Celebration 

News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Stacey Green 864‐299‐4000 ext. 279 ReWa Partners with the Children’s Museum of the Upstate for Greenzilla Earth Day Celebration Greenville, S.C. (April 21, 2010)—Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) was one of the Children’s Museum of the Upstate’s partners at their Greenzilla Earth Day celebration. The Children’s Museum partnered with area organizations to create activities and demonstrations to educate children about opportunities to help make positive differences in the local environment. Freshwater Freddie, ReWa’s mascot for its public education campaign, was at the event to teach our youngest members of the community about the proper disposal of fats, oils and grease. Other partnering organizations at the event included Addison Homes, Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, Greater Greenville Sanitation Commission, Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District, Greenville Organic Foods Organization, Greenville Zoo, High Cotton, Michelin YES! Initiative, Natural Awakenings Magazine, Palmetto Prep, TreesGreenville and Upstate Forever. About the Children’s Museum of the Upstate The Children’s Museum of the Upstate exists to ignite a passion for learning – empowering all children to discover their full potential and expand their view of themselves and the world. Since opening July 31, 2009 on the cultural campus of Heritage Green in downtown Greenville, the Museum has reached over 50,000 children and families. Focusing on the areas of arts, humanities, sciences, health and nutrition, and the environment, the 18 interactive exhibits are designed to encourage learning and exploration. Programs have been developed for each exhibit and every age level to stimulate creativity and stir imagination, inspiring curiosity for a lifetime. For more information, visit Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) ReWa’s goal is to promote a cleaner environment, and to protect the public health and water quality of the Upstate waterways, while providing and developing the necessary sewer infrastructure for the growing economy. ReWa serves more than 400,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers in Greenville County and parts of Anderson, Spartanburg, Pickens and Laurens Counties. ###