On August 6, the US Drought Monitor escalated local drought conditions in both severity and area for our region. However, Charlotte Water remains under voluntary water conservation recommendations. That doesn’t make sense, does it?!?? Well, it does, if you look at how we use our water and its source. Continue reading The U.S. Drought Monitor Says Severe, So Why is CLTWater Asking for Voluntary Conservation?
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Top 5 Things Charlotteans Do When Sitting in Traffic Because of a Water Main Break
Up ahead is a broken water main. To pass time you… Continue reading Top 5 Things Charlotteans Do When Sitting in Traffic Because of a Water Main Break
Fluoride and Your Water
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced yesterday (April 27th, 2015) the final U.S. Public Health Service recommendation for the optimal fluoride level in drinking water. Continue reading Fluoride and Your Water
Why is There Water, Water Everywhere?
One of the more useful and effective techniques used in the water industry is to open a hydrant to let water flow. Referred to as “flushing”, it is often seen as a waste of water especially when conservation is so important. However, flushing hydrants is one of the most important things Charlotte Water does to ensure that water used by businesses, industries, hospitals, residents, and firefighters are safe, clean and reliable. Continue reading Why is There Water, Water Everywhere?