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H2GO Recieved the Following from Brunswick County on June 24th, 2019: "Bolivia, NC – Brunswick County received notification on June 20th that the NC Division of Water Resources has temporarily suspended the issuance of Sewer Line Extension Permits for sewer flows tributary to the Northeast Brunswick Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. This does not affect the issuance of building permits or approvals...

On Monday, April 22nd, 2019, North Carolina Superior Court Judge Charles Henry issued his decision in the case involving the attempted transfer of the Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer H2GO assets and debts to the Town of Belville in November of 2017. The ruling held that the attempted transaction was unlawful and that H2GO is entitled to the return of its assets. We have always known that North Carolina law would...

H2GO is looking to celebrate American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) Drinking Water Week from May 7-13. In an effort to support local high school students, H2GO is teaming up with North Brunswick High School to host a poster contest. 35 years ago AWWA began celebrating Drinking Water Week. After the event was well-received, AWWA brought Drinking Water Week to the attention of our government in 1988 and formed...

In 2015, H2GO recognized a growing environmental problem. Sewers were beginning to become filled with fats, oils and grease. Not only was this causing problems with the sewers, but it was causing problems within homeowners plumbing and home sewer systems. The next issue H2GO had to look at, there wasn’t any sustainable solutions in the area to dispose of the fats, oils and grease. That is when they created the C.O.R.E...