The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Board heard presentations on topics ranging from cyber security to CFPUA’s sustainability initiatives at its annual retreat Wednesday morning.
Presentations by CFPUA’s management team also provided updates on actions to address PFAS in drinking water, coming enhancements to customer service software, and the future of Lock and Dam Number 1, a critical piece of our community’s raw water infrastructure. Other staff presentations examined CFPUA’s methods for funding capital needs, options for managing water demand for irrigation, the development and implementation of CFPUA’s biosolids management program, the Authority’s drone program, and tools under development to track progress on projects that align with CFPUA’s Strategic Plan.
The retreat was held at the New Hanover County Building Training Room at 320 Chestnut Street.
To view the full board retreat materials, click here.