Water Watch | Orange Water and Sewer Authority

Water Watch for 7/28/2014

Cane Creek Resovoir OWASA's water supply is stored in the Cane Creek Reservoir, University Lake and the Quarry Reservoir. OWASA also has a future water supply allocation from Jordan Lake.

Our reservoirs are 87.70 % full.

There are 405 days of water supply remaining based on recent demand and no further rainfall.

Rainfall in Carrboro (inches)
Yesterday: 0.29
Month: 3.26
Past 12 Months: 41.95
Annual Avg: 45.16
Risk of Drought Shortage
Minimal
Water Use RestrictionsCurrently in Effect
Year-Round Restrictions
Water Treatment Plant Water from the reservoirs is treated at OWASA's Jones Ferry Road Water Treatment Plant. Drinking water is provided to the Carrboro/Chapel Hill community through about 400 miles of pipe and storage tanks.
Customer Demand (million gallons per day)
Yesterday: 6.767
Past 30 Days: 7.72
Projected this Month: 6.91
Reclaimed Water Reclaimed water is the clean water produced by advanced treatment of wastewater at OWASA's Mason Farm Wastewater Treatment Plant which is used by the University for non-drinking purposes on the main campus.
Customer Demand (million gallons per day)
Yesterday: 1.10
Past 30 Days: 1.11
Projected this Month: 1.43