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Malcolm Green, general manager of Greenville Utilities, and fellow employees kept the power on in Greenville during Hurricane Floyd and the subsequent flood. Working round the clock, employees had the determination and ingenuity to hold back the waters which came within two inches of shutting off the power. Had they not succeeded, Greenville would have faced five weeks without water, power, and sewers.
According to the Greenville Utilities Commission, people flush some weird things down their toilets and let strange things go down the drain. Jason Manning, the wastewater treatment plant superintendent, attributes this to the perspective of the average citizen. To maintain the city’s plumbing, pump stations are cleaned and de-clogged every morning.