OWASA Affordability Program Connects Neighbors in Need with Resources to Help Pay Their Water Bills

OWASA’s Affordability Program will focus on the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on customers in 2021.

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OWASA Board of Directors Meeting Summary for February 25

OWASA’s Board of Directors met virtually on Thursday, February 25, 2021, and considered an agenda that included new conservation easements.

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OWASA 2020 Wastewater Report Card Released

Orange Water and Sewer Authority treats roughly 7.5 million gallons of the community's wastewater every day. We're pleased to announced we met or surpassed all State and Federal wastewater regulations.

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Water is vital for everything.

We all play a role in conserving, protecting and sustaining this vital resource. On the lake, in the field, in the lab and at the office, OWASA’s diverse team proudly manages the community’s water and wastewater systems.

Marcus Fuller Keeps the Water Flowing

Valve Maintenance Crew Leader Marcus Fuller knows Carrboro-Chapel Hill’s water works inside and out. Over nearly two decades, he has helped to build, maintain and upgrade the community’s water system.

COVID-19 Adds to Safety Focus for OWASA's Tyrus Johnson

Safety has been the focus of Tyrus Johnson’s professional career, but the COVID-19 pandemic brought a new challenge for OWASA's Safety and Risk Manager.

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