BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED FOR SHAMMY CREEK
Residents advised to flush their systems before using
September 18, 2017; 9 am: The replacement of the Shammy Creek waterline was completed and bacteriological samples taken on Friday September 15. Today, Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority (BJWSA) and South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC) announced that these water sample analyses indicate the water in the Shammy Creek neighborhood is free from bacteria and is safe for human consumption.
The boil advisory for Shammy Creek is now suspended.
Additionally, BJWSA suggests that residents flush their systems, running bathtub and sink faucets for 10 minutes or until the water is clear.
Our annual Water Quality Report is available
Click here for our annual Consumer Confidence Report (Water Quality Report) for water delivered in 2016.
For easy payment 24/7 call 888 826-7658.
Customers can also pay online at www.bjwsa.org.
The phone number 888-826-7658 will not allow payments if the current due date has passed, but online the amount could be modified.
Scheduled shutdowns are listed on our Known Water Outages page
Due to multiple shutdowns in our service areas, we have listed scheduled shutdowns on the following page: Known Water Outages. Visit this page for our current shutdowns and view the maps for detailed locations.
BJWSA is committed to your health and safety
BJWSA protects, restores Great Swamp
Bluffton Today featured the Great Swamp, which is an environmental project developed by BJWSA to restore and protect more than 1,000 acres of swamp land in the Hardeeville area near U.S. 278. Read the full article.
Ed Saxon spotlighted in the Island News
To check out the article on our General Manager, Ed Saxon, click the link below:
New Chip Credit Cards?
Banks are replacing current credit cards with the new technology chip cards. If you have received one recently, and if your payment with BJWSA is on automatic draft with your credit card, please call 843-987-9200 to update your information. If the original card is discontinued by your card issuer, it is imperative we receive the new card information to avoid a possible failure of auto-draft.
BJWSA Signs Agreement with HomeServe USA
We are pleased to announce that we have signed an agreement with HomeServe USA to offer an optional protection plan for a customer’s home exterior water and sewer service lines.
This partnership enables us to provide customers with a trusted option for quality, low-cost service line coverage.
Customer information is not provided to HomeServe nor will customer rates be impacted by the agreement.
The Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) honored Beaufort-Jasper Water and Sewer Authority (BJWSA) with its “Sustainability Award” on October 20 at its 2014 Executive Management Conference in Newport Beach, CA.