North Carolina Ground Water Association


Fast Facts:

  • 52% of North Carolina's population depends upon ground water for its drinking water supply.
  • 2,700,000 North Carolina residents served by privately owned individual wells.
  • 1,492,066 North Carolina residents served by ground water supplied community water systems.
  • 912,113 North Carolina households served by privately owned individual wells.
  • 15,972 public supply wells serving North Carolina.


Water Words Newsletter

Upcoming Events

Annual Convention and Trade Show
Friday, January 30, 2015
Embassy Suites, Greensboro, NC

Thank you to our 2014 Trade Show Vendors

JUBILEE calendar:

  • 2014: July 26-28, Myrtle Beach, SC

Legislative issues

Current Legislative Reports

State of North Carolina
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Division of Water Quality

2C.0100 rules are located on the "Rules" page (formerly "Regulations & Rulemaking")

Chapter 27 (Well Contractor Certification Rule Changes) go to

Do you know who represents you? Need update on legislative bills? Go to

WWW.CALL811.COM  is now live and I am pleased to announce AGC of America is the initial sponsor of the national 811 campaign (see attached AGC news release) and featured on the 811 home page.  This is an exiting time for AGC, the Common Ground Alliance (CGA) and all damage prevention stakeholders who are dedicated to promoting 'Best Practices.'  Carolinas AGC encourages all stakeholders in the Carolinas to join us in taking a proactive position in promoting Best Practices, using 811 and doing your share in keeping underground utility damage to an ultimate minimum.  I have also attached the latest issue of the CGA’s newsletter for your review.



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