Southerners know that nothing goes better with biscuits then gravy (getting hungry?) Well the same holds true for energy and water. Both resources are closely linked. It’s called the Water Energy Nexus. Continue reading Water and Energy, as close as Biscuits and Gravy
The U.S. Drought Monitor Says Severe, So Why is CLTWater Asking for Voluntary Conservation?
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?
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
What’s So Cool About the Vest Water Treatment Plant?
Charlotte is not known for its historic buildings. It’s been said by many that Charlotte bulldozes its history, but that is not always the case. One of our very own buildings, the Vest Water Treatment Plant (Vest), has been considered a historic landmark by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission. This 1920’s architectural style building has been a landmark on Beatties Ford Road for almost a century! It’s also been an anchor for growth.Continue reading What’s So Cool About the Vest Water Treatment Plant?