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Keep Wipes Out of the Pipes!

Smart food disposal and refraining from putting items labeled “flushable” down the drain can help protect our environment, our sources of drinking water and your own property. Dumping grease, fats, and oil is not only illegal, but it can also cause sewage back-ups and flooding. Wipes labeled “flushable” don’t break down in the system and […]

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Smart Planning: Preparing for Emergencies

September is National Preparedness Month!  Smart Planning begins with preparing your family and your home.  It is important to have an emergency plan for potential loss of power and water for infants, the elderly, pets, and those with special needs.  Prepare a disaster supply kit. See pages 6-7 of PWC’s Storm Preparation Guide for a […]

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2021 Storm Prep Guide Available

Plan, prepare and be ready for emergencies with our 2021 Storm Preparation Guide.  Hurricane season is June 1-November 30 annually.  You can request a copy of the Storm Prep Guide by completing our online request form.  Be sure to visit our Storm Central Page for more emergency prep resources.

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4 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

PWC is working with the Fayetteville VA NC Coastal Health Care System on a co-generation project for more efficient energy use. Co-Generation is the simultaneous production of two or more forms of energy from a single fuel source. Hear more details from our Chief Customer Officer. ... See MoreSee Less

4 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

Crews will have 605 Huske Street closed from Jordan Street to Woodland Drive today, Thursday September 16th in order to complete a sewer main abandonment. This section will be closed until approximately 3:00pm. Please be careful if driving in the area. ... See MoreSee Less

6 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

See how extreme cold or hot weather affects your energy usage – and your monthly bill with ElectriCities of NC's TempTracker 365! This tool gathers, tracks and stores daily high and low temperatures in your area to show which days, weeks, or months caused your heating or cooling system to run longer. Try it for yourself -- www.faypwc.com/temptracker/ ... See MoreSee Less

See how extreme cold or hot weather affects your energy usage – and your monthly bill with ElectriCities of NCs TempTracker 365! This tool gathers, tracks and stores daily high and low temperatures in your area to show which days, weeks, or months caused your heating or cooling system to run longer. Try it for yourself -- http://www.faypwc.com/temptracker/
1 day ago
Fayetteville PWC

Time is running out to take advantage of the EPA WaterSense Rain Sensor Program offered by PWC. Installing a rain ☔️ sensor will help monitor your irrigation and save on your water usage. It's not too late, program ends Sept. 30th. Get details and apply here: www.faypwc.com/rain-sensor-program/ ... See MoreSee Less

Time is running out to take advantage of the EPA WaterSense Rain Sensor Program offered by PWC. Installing a rain ☔️ sensor will help monitor your irrigation and save on your water usage. Its not too late, program ends Sept. 30th. Get details and apply here: http://www.faypwc.com/rain-sensor-program/
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4 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

PWC is working with the Fayetteville VA NC Coastal Health Care System on a co-generation project for more efficient energy use. Co-Generation is the simultaneous production of two or more forms of energy from a single fuel source. Hear more details from our Chief Customer Officer. ... See MoreSee Less

4 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

Crews will have 605 Huske Street closed from Jordan Street to Woodland Drive today, Thursday September 16th in order to complete a sewer main abandonment. This section will be closed until approximately 3:00pm. Please be careful if driving in the area. ... See MoreSee Less

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