Smoke Testing

Crews will be conducting smoke testing in the areas of The Forest at Mallory Creek and The Courtyards at Mallory Creek beginning the week of May 17, 2021.

What is smoke testing and why is it necessary?

Smoke testing involves setting up a blower then pumping non-toxic, simulated smoke through a community's sanitary sewer line. The smoke is pressurized and follows the path of any leaks within the system – revealing points of entry for I&I and helping to reduce unnecessary wastewater flow.

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Courts Lift Injunction Order in H2GO, Leland, Belville Case

5/18/2020 4:05:54 PM

On May 1, 2020, The Honorable Charles Henry, Senior Resident Superior Court Judge, heard a Joint Motion that had been filed by Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2GO and the Town of Belville, asking the court to lift the stay on the current permanent injunction filed in July of 2019 that was preventing Belville from returning the assets of H2GO to H2GO and preventing H2GO from proceeding with the construction of the aquifer sourced reverse osmosis ("RO") plant.

On May 18, 2020, Judge Henry entered an Order granting the Joint Motion and ruling in favor of The Town of Belville and H2GO.  This ruling will allow Belville to return the assets of H2GO to H2GO and allow H2GO to resume construction of the much anticipated RO plant.

“We are excited to be able to begin the process of bringing our community clean, safe water without raising water rates,” said H2GO Executive Director Bob Walker. “We plan to pick up construction of the RO Plant as soon as the Judge approves the transfer documents and plan and Belville and H2GO approve and sign these documents.”




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