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Bogue Banks Water Corporation is a private, non-profit water utility serving Emerald Isle, Salter Path and Indian Beach. Although we work closely with town management, we are not affiliated with any of the three municipalities that we serve. Learn More...
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Flush your hot water heater!
This is the time of year when many of you are coming to town to open up your home that's been closed for the winter. Notice a smell to your water? That's the natural odor of our source water. We treat it to minimize it, but when water is stagnant for a while, the odor intensifies. Watch the video below to see what you can do to help minimize this effect.
Flush your water heater
April 27, 2016
Bogue Banks Water Corporation (BBWC), is a local non-profit utility providing water services to the town of Emerald Isle, town of Indian Beach, and the community of Salter Path. We are seeking a responsible, detail-oriented individual to read meters for BBWC.
Applicant should have prior knowledge of computers and the Microsoft office suite of programs. BBWC uses a mixed AMR drive-by system. Prior knowledge of AMR/AMI systems is a plus. Applicant should be able to read meters visually as needed, this requires repetitive squatting/kneeling and standing for long periods of time. Duties include, but are not limited to, monthly reading of 6100+ meters, meter maintenance and repair, field...
May 02, 2016
Thank you, thank you, April showers!
Oh, how we love this blessed gift of Spring, this lavish display of beauty! Never necessary, but always appreciated.
Flowers are the earth’s extravagance.
They are a lagniappe, a little something extra, like a 13th doughnut when you have bought a dozen. We don’t NEED flowers, but maybe that makes them an even more glorious gift. Vibrant blooms of spring can transform the drab and dreary into the grand and gorgeous. Edwin Curran said that “flowers are the music of the ground,” and they are. The earth is singing for joy, and we can see its melodies. Some flowers are a powerful symphony, and others are a gentle lullaby, but every song is lovely and every blossom is a note to be savored.
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