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Latest Podcast: Keep Grease & Wipes Out the Pipes or Else!

The latest episode of PWC Connections: The Podcast is now available on our website and loading through multiple podcast platforms. Episode 59 – Keep Grease & Wipes Out the Pipes or Else! (21:26) Hosts: Lamont Hinson | Lexi Hasapis Guest: Thomas Urbanek, Water Resources Field Supervisor Since PWC’s first water reclamation facility was built in […]

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Grinding of the Greens Live Christmas Tree Recycling Starts Jan. 9

Fayetteville Christmas Tree Pickup Begins Monday, Jan. 9, 2023 The Annual Grinding of the Greens Christmas Tree Recycling program, a Fayetteville holiday tradition since 1994,  continues in 2023. The annual program is celebrating its 29th year of protecting and enhancing our environment.  Grinding of the Greens encourages Fayetteville residents to recycle their live Christmas trees […]

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Using Space Heaters? Be Aware of Cost and Safety Measures

Heating your home with electric space heaters can easily double or triple your electric bill if you are not careful. Even though they are typically small in size, and often touted as 100% efficient, electric space heaters use a lot of electricity. Most space heaters use on average 1,500 watts of electricity and cost about […]

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Fayetteville PWC

#MakeMoneyMonday
Doing business with the government isn't just about large construction projects. At PWC, we have a Small Local Supplier (SLS) Program designed to connect small and local businesses with opportunities of various sizes. Learn more about our SLS Program at faypwc.com/purchasing/ under Supplier Resources!
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#MakeMoneyMonday
Doing business with the government isnt just about large construction projects. At PWC, we have a Small Local Supplier (SLS) Program designed to connect small and local businesses with opportunities of various sizes. Learn more about our SLS Program at faypwc.com/purchasing/ under Supplier Resources!
#CommunityPowered #HometownUtility #PublicPower #LocalBusiness #Procurement #Bids
9 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

Plan to save this year with the Energy Resource Center (ERC)! Customer Service Manager, Kimberly Wright, provides an overview of the PWC ERC and how it can help customers plan to save by managing energy usage.
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3 days ago
Fayetteville PWC

Wipes Clog Pipes! Learn more about why we’re so passionate about keeping wipes and fats, oils, and grease (FOG) out of the pipes from Thomas Urbanek, Water Resources Field Supervisor, on another informative and fun episode of PWC Connections: Podcast Episode #59
www.faypwc.com/pwc-connections-the-podcast/
#CommunityPowered #HometownUtility #PublicPower #CeaseTheGrease #KeepWipesOutThePipes
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Wipes Clog Pipes! Learn more about why we’re so passionate about keeping wipes and fats, oils, and grease (FOG) out of the pipes from Thomas Urbanek, Water Resources Field Supervisor, on another informative and fun episode of PWC Connections: Podcast Episode #59 
www.faypwc.com/pwc-connections-the-podcast/
#CommunityPowered #HometownUtility #PublicPower #CeaseTheGrease #KeepWipesOutThePipes
3 days ago
Fayetteville PWC

PWC continues to meet the needs brought on by residential expansion and economic development in the City of Fayetteville, NC Government / Cumberland County NC Government as well as be instrumental in the installation of wastewater services. However, our consumers can assist with the reduction of issues by properly disposing of grease, wipes, and other non-flushable items to avoid their entry into the wastewater system. PWC Water Resources Field Supervisor shared some field experiences and advice that could potentially help customers save money in the long run. Click "Play" for another informative, fun episode: spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/x16WU8miWwb ... See MoreSee Less

PWC continues to meet the needs brought on by residential expansion and economic development in the City of Fayetteville, NC Government / Cumberland County NC Government as well as be instrumental in the installation of wastewater services. However, our consumers can assist with the reduction of issues by properly disposing of grease, wipes, and other non-flushable items to avoid their entry into the wastewater system. PWC Water Resources Field Supervisor shared some field experiences and advice that could potentially help customers save money in the long run. Click Play for another informative, fun episode: https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/x16WU8miWwb
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8 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

#MakeMoneyMonday
Doing business with the government isn't just about large construction projects. At PWC, we have a Small Local Supplier (SLS) Program designed to connect small and local businesses with opportunities of various sizes. Learn more about our SLS Program at faypwc.com/purchasing/ under Supplier Resources!
#CommunityPowered #HometownUtility #PublicPower #localbusiness #procurement #bids
... See MoreSee Less

#MakeMoneyMonday
Doing business with the government isnt just about large construction projects. At PWC, we have a Small Local Supplier (SLS) Program designed to connect small and local businesses with opportunities of various sizes. Learn more about our SLS Program at faypwc.com/purchasing/ under Supplier Resources!
#CommunityPowered #HometownUtility #PublicPower #LocalBusiness #Procurement #Bids
9 hours ago
Fayetteville PWC

Plan to save this year with the Energy Resource Center (ERC)! Customer Service Manager, Kimberly Wright, provides an overview of the PWC ERC and how it can help customers plan to save by managing energy usage.
#CommunityPowered #HometownUtility #PublicPower
... See MoreSee Less

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