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At Breezy Hill Water & Sewer Co., Inc., we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

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Conservation Tips

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January 2019 Rate Increase

December 05, 2018

Breezy Hill Water & Sewer Co., Inc. will implement a rate increase effective January 1, 2019. Customers will see the increase on their February 1st bill. The average customer using 7,500 gallons of water each month will see the water bill rise to $33.88. This is slightly over a dollar a day for service. Compare that with your cablevision or cell phone bills. The sewer bill will rise to $25.98.


Rate increases are never wanted-our last was in 2012. Breezy Hill is currently expanding its water plant to 8 million gallons a day to meet the ever-increasing needs. We are continuing to meet the new regulations that are required. We currently pay Aiken County Public Service Authority $1.69 to...

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A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

January 01, 2019

January. 2019.

A brand new year, a brand new day — clean and shiny, spotless and gleaming, hopeful and exciting. Untouched and unspoiled, like a present that has just been unwrapped. A time to look back on (and learn from) the mistakes of the previous year, and look forward with hope and resolution to the new days ahead. And as we celebrate, and hope, and resolve, and plan, we do so along with people all over the world, and down through the ages. In fact, people have been celebrating the beginning of the new year for over 4,000 years. So, who first celebrated New Year's Day? Why do we celebrate on Jan 1? 

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