Bogue Banks Water Corporation
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Bogue Banks Water Corporation
Bogue Banks Water Corporation
Bogue Banks Water Corporation

Who We Are

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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December 2016 Newsletter

The staff and board of BBWC want to wish you all a very happy new year! We appreciate you! Cold weather can wreak havoc on empty homes, so check out our most recent newsletter under "Forms and Reports" for some news and helpful tidbits.

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New Backflow Policy in effect

Our new Backflow/Cross Contamination Prevention Policy is off to a great start! Shaun Toms, our Backflow Inspector, is working hard inspecting the properties of our service area to determine the need for one of these devices, and testing those devices that are due for their annual test.

We are implementing this policy in order to safeguard our precious safe drinking water. We know many of you may have questions as to the need - or why now? - and we understand that. The link below takes you to an article in this month's Irrigation and Green journal, which we believe will help you understand the need for these devices and for annual...

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Technological Breakthroughs from 2016:  Can Virtual Reality Help Paraplegics Regain Mobility?

Technological Breakthroughs from 2016: Can Virtual Reality Help Paraplegics Regain Mobility?

Last month we reported on many positive stories from 2016 —good news that you might not have heard:  Desalination plants bringing water to the desert, the elimination of measles in all of the Americas, infant mortality rates decreasing in Russia and life expectancy increasing in Africa. Great strides were made in the areas of world health, conservation, and, not surprisingly, technology. This is certainly an era of astonishing technological advancement; the science fiction of yesteryear is the reality of this year. From smartphones to smart watches to smart homes, technology is changing the way we live. And sometimes in amazing ways .  .  .

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