Water Treatment Plants
Bull Creek Regional
The Bull Creek Regional Water Treatment Plant can treat as much as 45 million gallons of water each day. Untreated surface water is pulled from the Bull Creek which is an arm of the Great Pee Dee Rivers.
The Bull Creek Regional Water System provides high quality drinking water to GSWSA customers as well as the City of Conway, the Town of Little River, Georgetown County Water and Sewer District, Town of Tabor City, and Town of Loris. The City of North Myrtle Beach contracts for a portion of their drinking water.
GSWSA has over 1,000 miles of water line in service with an additional 25 miles of line installed annually.
Through our Rural Water Program, over 3,000 homes in rural Horry County now have quality, reliable, and affordable public water service.
Myrtle Beach Surface Water Treatment Plant
The Myrtle Beach Water Treatment plant can treat as much as 40 million gallons of water each day. The plant pulls untreated water from the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and combines conventional and ozone treatment to provide high quality drinking water to the cities of Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach.