• Main Break
  • CFPUA EOC 2014
  • Photo from Progress Energy via Jack Moyer
    2002 Ice Storm
  • Photo from FEMA via Jack Moyer
    Greenville WTP after HUrricane Floyd in 1999
  • Photo from NOAA via Jack Moyer
    Hurricane Fran 1996
  • Photo from CFPUA
    CFPUA interceptor outfall bypass during Tropical Storm Nicole in 2010

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Neighbors Helping Out: A North Carolina Tradition

When an emergency happens, who can you turn to? What if you need a generator, work crew or backhoe? Do you know where to get help? NCWaterWARN was created to fill that need.

NCWaterWARN is a network of water utilities helping each other respond to and recover from emergencies. This organization of water systems works independently of state government to assist members during an emergency. The mission of WARN is to provide expedited access to specialized resources needed to respond to and recover from natural and human caused events that disrupt public and private drinking water and wastewater utilities.

The NC AWWA-WEA took a leadership role with support from the Public Water Supply Section, NC Rural Water Association, NC Water Treatment Operators Association and NC League of Municipalities to develop and implement NCWaterWARN.

 

This website is provided by the NC AWWA-WEA.