1. CFPUA Chairman's Afternoon Update: June 23, 2017

    Below please find Chairman Mike Brown’s afternoon update regarding our letter to DEQ, Black and Veatch and a special Board meeting on Monday, June 26, 2017. Read on...
  2. CFPUA Chairman’s Morning Update: June 23, 2017

    Below please find Chairman Mike Brown’s morning update regarding water testing, the CFPUA Board internal review, and the CFPUA’s next steps Read on...
  3. CFPUA Chairman's Afternoon Update: June 22, 2017

    Below please find Chairman Mike Brown’s afternoon update regarding the CFPUA Board internal review, and the CFPUA’s next steps. Read on...
  4. CFPUA Independent Review Presentation

    Please find the presentation and final report from CFPUA's Special Board Meeting today on the results of the independent review. Read on...
  5. CFPUA Chairman's Morning Update: June 22, 2017

    Please find Chairman Mike Brown’s morning update regarding the CFPUA Board internal review, DEQ water sampling, and the CFPUA’s next steps. Read on...
  6. CFPUA Creates Tool for Customers to Find Their Home's Water Source

    Customers interested in finding the water source for their home can follow this link to search for their address. Read on...
  7. CFPUA Chairman's Afternoon Update: June 21, 2017

    Please find Chairman Mike Brown’s afternoon update regarding Chemours’ NPDES Permit, DEQ water sampling, and CFPUA’s next steps. Read on...
  8. CFPUA Requests that DEQ Prohibit Discharge of GenX Pollutants in Chemours NPDES Permit

    We request on behalf of CFPUA that DEQ include conditions in the Chemours NPDES Permit prohibiting the discharge of the GenX Pollutants into the Cape Fear River Read on...
  9. CFPUA Chairman’s Morning Update: June 21, 2017

    Please find Chairman Mike Brown’s morning update regarding Chemours’ decision to voluntary stop discharging GenX into the Cape Fear River, and CFPUA’s next steps. Read on...
  10. CFPUA Chairman's Afternoon Update: June 20, 2017

    During a Special Meeting this Thursday, the CFPUA Board will receive an update on the internal review currently being conducted. Read on...
  11. CFPUA Board Calls on Surrounding Utilities to Request Action from Chemours, DEQ and EPA

    Wilmington, NC. June 19, 2017 Read on...
  12. CFPUA Board Takes Action on GenX, Calls on Chemours to Remove Compound Entirely

    Today the CFPUA Board unanimously passed two resolutions calling on Chemours to remove the compound entirely from the Cape Fear River and allowing CFPUA to take legal action should this request not be honored. Read on...
  13. DEQ, DHHS Investigating Reports of Unregulated Chemical in Cape Fear River

    DEQ is strongly encouraging Chemours, the company that produces the chemical to identify any measures that can be taken to reduce or eliminate the discharges of the chemical to the river until the state completes its investigation... Read on...
  14. NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) response to CFPUA regarding GenX

    "The EPA is the sole agency responsible for establishing drinking water standards nationwide...As such, the NC DEQ is awaiting guidance from the EPA that will provide our agency with the information needed to begin regulatory limits for GenX..." Read on...
  15. Update on CFPUA Water Quality and Emerging Compounds

    Our dedicated staff has been awarded the area-wide optimization award by the State of NC for exceeding minimum requirements for the last 8 years, and staff performs daily tests to ensure state and federal drinking water standards are being met... Read on...
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Summer Safety Seasonal Awareness
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Summer means vacation, outdoor activities, and fun in the sun! It’s a time when families hit the road to visit national parks or distant relatives. The warm months and long days mean that there is plenty of time for baseball games and barbecues. The sultry temperatures practically invite you to take a dip in the pool or ocean.But don’t let the sunny days and warm nights fool you. Summer also holds significant weather and water hazards. Heat waves can be lengthy and deadly. Lightning deaths are at their peak during the summer. Beach hazards such as rip currents can catch the unprepared. And, it’s the start of hurricane season.
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