OWASA Goes Solar

OWASA will unveil its first solar project this November on the sunny, gently sloping field next to the biosolids mixing tanks on Berry Andrews Road.

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OWASA Seeks Community Feedback on Plan for Increasing Long-Range Water Supply Resiliency

OWASA is updating the community’s 50-year Long-Range Water Supply Plan to ensure that we can supply reliable and high-quality water to our growing community and economy for generations to come.

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OWASA Board of Directors Meeting Summary for October 8

OWASA’s Board of Directors met virtually on Thursday, October 8, 2020, and considered an agenda that included a review of strategic trends and utility planning issues.

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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.

National Guard Experience Translates to OWASA for Millie Zeno-Chapman

Millie Zeno-Chapman made her way to OWASA as a Water Treatment Plant Operator after serving in the Army National Guard. At OWASA, Millie knew she could translate the skills she had developed into her new career.

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