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Additional Information 2017-2018  Test Results Annual Water Quality Report (pdf) 1, 4 Dioxane Questions and Answers (video) Water Quality & Treatment – The Facts (video) A news article from January 2015 reported a chemical, 1,4 Dioxane, has been identified in the Cape Fear River and Fayetteville’s water as well as other areas in our region, state and nation. […]

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PWC employees have reached a new safety milestone, having worked over five million work hours with no lost-time injuries.  The last lost-time injury was in November 2011. The accomplishment was recognized by the North Carolina Commissioners of Labor, Cherie Berry on October 23 and marks the first time in PWC’s nearly 110 year history that […]

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2015 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report  

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October is National Energy Awareness Month In honor of Energy Awareness Month, PWC encourages customers to reduce the amount of energy they use at home. The following is a simple checklist of energy conservation/efficiency measures to use at home during the month of October and beyond. Click here for more ways to save Swap your […]

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PWC has installed four Electric Vehicle Charging Stations throughout the Fayetteville area that can be used by the public at no cost. The Charging Stations are a part of PWC’s Clean Fuel Advanced Technology project. PWC received a $37,000 grant from the North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center for the project which provided funding for […]

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As part of the Sustainable Saturday film series, “If You Build It” will be shown at the Cameo Theater in downtown Fayetteville on September 26th at 11 am. From the director of WORDPLAY and I.O.U.S.A. comes a captivating look at a radically innovative approach to education. IF YOU BUILD IT follows designer-activists Emily Pilloton and […]

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July 8, 2015   PWC announced Wednesday that David Trego has been named as PWC’s CEO/General Manager.  Trego, who has served as PWC’s Chief Operations Officer for PWC’s Electric Division since 2010, becomes the eighth manager to lead PWC in its 110 year history. “We are extremely pleased that David has accepted our offer to be  […]

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Available until further notice The Refrigerator Incentive Program gives Fayetteville PWC electric customers the opportunity to switch out their old refrigerator for a new qualified ENERGY STAR® model and earn a $50 bill credit. The Refrigerator Incentive Program is available until further notice. Click the links below to learn more: Frequently Asked Questions Customer Information […]

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Outdated construction materials such as insulation and windows, leaky ducts, inefficient appliances and HVAC systems, hot water heaters, irrigation systems and toilets that do not meet energy saving standards are all things that contribute to high utility costs in the home. As a PWC electric customer, you can receive a personalized home efficiency audit from […]

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January 21, 2015 PWC Employees Reach New Safety Milestone- Four Million Hours with No Lost-Time Injuries PWC Employees reached a new safety milestone, having worked over four million work hours with no lost-time injuries.  The last lost-time injury was in November 2011. The accomplishment was recognized by the North Carolina Department of Labor and marks […]

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Beginning Thursday, March 1, 2018, PWC will temporarily stop adding ammonia to its water treatment disinfection process. The N.C. Department of Environmental Quality requires all water systems that add ammonia to their drinking water to discontinue its use for a one-month period annually. The water is safe to drink during this time.  PWC will resume adding […]

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PWC Earns Five NC Public Power Awards of Excellence The Fayetteville Public Works Commission has earned five Public Power Awards of Excellence presented by ElectriCities of North Carolina. The awards honor outstanding efforts in five key areas: Service Excellence, Energy Efficiency, Financial Stability, Competitive Business Environment, and Legislative Involvement on Public Power Issues. More than […]

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>> Replacement Metering Project >> Meter Benefits >> Installation Schedule >> How Advanced Meters Work >> Frequently Asked Questions >> Health & Safety >> Customer Communications >> Contact Us PWC is always looking for innovative ways to improve customer service and increase efficiency. Our Replacement Metering Project will do just that by replacing old meters […]

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Construction of a new spillway at the end of Glenville Lake is complete. The project replaced the existing spillway located off Filter Plant Drive and required the Lake to be drained. The spillway, built in the early 1900’s, controls the flow of water out of Glenville Lake downstream into the Little Cross Creek. The project […]

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Oct 16, 2014 PWC to Ask Court to Clarify Duties & Responsibilities The Fayetteville Public Works Commission, an independent body that manages the electric, water and wastewater utilities for 112,000 customers, will ask a court to issue a declaratory ruling that clarifies its duties and responsibilities. The goal of the filing is to eliminate any […]

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