Posted on: June 13, 2019
CFPUA has lifted Stage 1 Water Conservation Advisory restrictions for all customers, effective immediately.
Demands on CFPUA’s drinking water systems over the last several days have consistently remained near more typical levels, thanks to more s...Read on...
Posted on: June 12, 2019
The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Board on Wednesday approved an operating budget for Fiscal Year 20 (FY20) totaling $85,554,722, a 4.6 percent increase from the previous fiscal year.
Customers’ rates are not affected by the FY20 budget, whi...Read on...
Posted on: May 31, 2019
As the 2019 hurricane season gets underway, CFPUA is launching a new emergency alert system for its customers, one of several major initiatives aimed at increasing preparations for major storms and other events that could disrupt service.
The new alert ser...Read on...
Posted on: May 22, 2019
CFPUA’s Sweeney Water Treatment Plant is among 57 drinking water plants in North Carolina recognized by the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for treating drinking water to a higher standard in 2018 than required by federal and st...Read on...
Posted on: May 22, 2019
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority staff will spend the next fiscal year examining health, environmental, financial, and other implications of various options for managing biosolids, with the goal of developing a long-term, sustainable strategy for the co...Read on...
Posted on: May 9, 2019
State regulators this week said they plan to begin testing groundwater from monitoring wells in New Hanover County for the presence of PFAS compounds.
Officials and staff from New Hanover County, the City of Wilmington, and Cape Fear Public Utility Authori...Read on...
Posted on: May 8, 2019
The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Board on Wednesday voted to adopt a 10-year capital improvement plan (CIP) outlining $257.5 million in investments in the community’s water and wastewater systems.
The plan for Fiscal Year 2020, which begins...Read on...
Posted on: April 15, 2019
Drinking water distributed by the Richardson Water Treatment Plant continues to show no detections of PFAS compounds, according to recent monitoring conducted by Cape Fear Public Utility Authority.
Richardson, which provides water to the second-largest of ...Read on...
Posted on: April 10, 2019
The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority board on Wednesday unanimously approved a resolution authorizing CFPUA staff to move forward on key steps toward building upgrades at Sweeney Water Treatment Plant to filter GenX and other PFAS compound resulting fro...Read on...
Posted on: March 29, 2019
Beginning Monday, April 1, and continuing throughout the summer months, CFPUA water quality crews will be conducting our annual flushing program in the 010 (Sweeney) system. Flushing is a routine maintenance operation, conducted by thousands of water util...Read on...
Posted on: March 6, 2019
On Monday, CFPUA stopped the clearing of an easement it owns within the RiverLights subdivision after receiving a stop-work order from the City. This work was part of the initial phase of a project to install a new 16-inch water main to serve residential ...Read on...
Posted on: February 14, 2019
Beginning the process of setting federal maximum contaminant levels (MCL) for PFOA and PFOS is a significant, promising step toward establishing regulatory certainty for CFPUA and other agencies responsible for providing safe water to our communities.
The ...Read on...
Posted on: February 12, 2019
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority continues to work with state regulators to determine the extent of effects on the local community from decades of PFAS compound releases by Chemours and DuPont.
CFPUA’s efforts include testing wells near our Aqu...Read on...
Posted on: January 16, 2019
Funds for the project, which targets water from CFPUA’s Westbrook Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Well, were allocated last year by the N.C. General Assembly.
The results will guide decisions on potential technology to ensure safe drinking water for CFP...Read on...