OWASA Completing 2021 Temporary Change in Water Treatment

OWASA will complete its annual switch to using chlorine to disinfect drinking water and return to using chloramines at 8 a.m. on Thursday, April 1, 2021.

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OWASA Guidance on Resuming Standard Collection Practices

Orange Water and Sewer Authority will use Orange County's declared State of Emergency as guidance for resuming standard collection practices. Under standard procedures, if a customer does not pay two consecutive bills, their service is disconnected.

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OWASA Board of Directors Meeting Summary for March 11

OWASA’s Board of Directors met virtually considering an agenda that included draft Fiscal Year 2022 operating and capital equipment budgets.

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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.

OWASA Senior Maintenance Mechanic Rod Dail Continues Serving Home Town

Senior Maintenance Mechanic Rod Dail continues serving his home town of Carrboro through his work at OWASA.

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