1. CFPUA Gives Presentation to House Select Committee & Latest GenX Results

    Yesterday morning, CFPUA Executive Director Jim Flechtner and Chief Operations Officer Frank Styers traveled to Raleigh to give a presentation to the House Select Committee on North Carolina River Quality. The presentation outlined CFPUA’s progress... Read on...
  2. CFPUA Issues a Traffic Advisory for the 1700 & 1800 Blocks of Dawson Street

    CFPUA crews will be making a sewer repair in front of the UniFirst Building at 1821 Oleander Drive. There is an associated travel advisory for the 1700 and 1800 blocks of Dawson St, beginning tonight February 21, 2018, at 9 pm. CFPUA crews will shift... Read on...
  3. Latest Water Station Usage and GenX Results from the Sweeney Water Treatment Plant

    Every Monday and Friday, CFPUA staff read the meter at the free water station in Ogden Park to monitor how much water is being withdrawn from the station. Monday’s reading showed that a total of 45,771 gallons had been withdrawn since July 21... Read on...
  4. CFPUA Board Passes Resolution Asking NCDEQ for a Cease in Fluorochemical Compounds Production

    This morning, the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Board unanimously passed a resolution calling on the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) to require all tenants of the Fayetteville Works site to cease operations resulting in... Read on...
  5. New GenX Results from Sweeney & Latest Water Station Usage Data

    We have received the results for January 30, 2018, from our on-going GenX testing at the Sweeney Water Treatment Plant. Levels of GenX continue to remain below the DHHS health goal of 140 parts per trillion (ppt). Read on...
  6. Update on CFPUA’s Efforts to Address the Issue of Emerging Contaminants

    CFPUA is committed to addressing the challenge presented by emerging contaminants. In order to do so, action must be taken on several fronts: treatment technology, testing methods, chemical research and legal action. CFPUA has ongoing efforts and... Read the full update...
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  1. January 29, 2018 | Water Station Usage & Latest Results from Sweeney

    Every Monday and Friday, CFPUA staff read the meter at the free water station in Ogden Park to monitor how much water is being withdrawn from the station. Read on...
  2. CFPUA Update: January 25, 2018 | UNCW's January Report

    UNCW, in partnership with CFPUA, began work in August to identify unregulated compounds... Read on...
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Winter can bring with it a wide variety of potentially dangerous weather. From impacting roadways, outdoor activities, infrastructure, and more, being prepared for any eventuality can bring you and your family some peace of mind this winter season. Click the weather safety image for more info from the National Weather Service.