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CFPUA to perform flushing in northern New Hanover County

Starting Monday, CFPUA crews will begin an approximately two-week flushing program in Northern New Hanover County.

DEQ modifies permit for water treatment plant in Brunswick County

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a modification to Brunswick County’s wastewater permit for its Northwest Water Treatment Plant located in Leland.

King Tides: Using an app to measure rising sea levels

In Norfolk, Virginia, which is surrounded by water, the land barely rises above sea level, and the sea level is rising. So, flooded streets and front yards have become a way of life.

Water, sewer outages planned in Whiteville for Dec. 30

The City of Whiteville Public Works will repair a water main line, causing an interruption to water and sewer services right before the new year.

SC drivers suffer hundreds in damages after being sold gas with water

Nearly 12 months ago, two South Carolina gas stations were cited for selling bad gas. Those stations were forced to stop selling the gas after test results revealed water, but not before two drivers were stuck with hundreds of dollars in repair bills.

Part of Surf City without water due to hydrant replacement

If you live in Surf City, you may be out of water for several hours today as crews replace a hydrant.

Thousands of gallons of untreated wastewater discharged into Cape Fear River

Aqua North Carolina reports 7,500 gallons of untreated wastewater has been discharged into an unnamed tributary of the Cape Fear River in New Hanover County.

Whiteville water, sewer service to be interrupted for main damage repairs

Some folks in Whiteville will be without water and sewer service later this week as crews work to repair a damaged water main.

CFPUA: Growing water needs leads to additional raw water line

Work on a joint project with Brunswick County and Lower Cape Fear Water and Sewer Authority (LCFWASA) to meet the region’s growing water needs is scheduled to start in November, according to Cape Fear Public Utility Authority.

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