EPA Announces Revisions to Lead and Copper Rule

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced updates to its Lead and Copper Rule (LCR). OWASA is monitoring developments with this update.

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OWASA Board of Directors Meeting Summary for December 10

OWASA’s Board of Directors met virtually on Thursday, December 10, 2020, and considered an agenda that included OWASA's Water Shortage Response Plan.

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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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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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