NC Currents Magazine

Most Recent Issue: Fall 2019

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View Interactive version of the Fall 2019 NC Currents here




NC Currents is produced by the Communications Committee, and is the official publication of the NC AWWA-WEA. Members, individuals and committees are encouraged to submit content for the magazine.


Each issue is structured around a theme. A list of upcoming themes and submission deadlines is available on our calendar.


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Future Issues   

Spring 2020 - Annual Conference Recap

In case you weren’t able to attend all 100+ technical seminars at the 2019 Annual Conference, this issue of NC Currents will offer a deeper dive into some of those presentations. Rather than focus on a single topic or theme, this edition will cover a wide variety of subject areas featured at the conference, including water, wastewater, collection and distribution, special topics, policy & management and young professionals.  


Submission Deadline: January 10th, 2020


 Summer 2020- History of NC AWWA-WEA


Submission Deadline: April 9th, 2020


Fall 2020- Future of the Workforce


Submission Deadline: July 7th, 2020


Winter 2020 - New Technologies


Submission Deadline: September 4th, 2020


 Past NC Currents:





Summer 2019:

Emergency Preparedness

Spring 2019:

98th Annual Conference Recap

Winter 2018 -19:

Forecasting for the Future

Fall 2018:

Water & Wastewater Chemistry






NC Currents

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NC AWWA-WEA began publishing NC Currents in 2007. If you would like to review an issue older than what is posted here please contact Nicole Banks at If you are looking for a specific article, you may use the article index to sort through titles, authors, and issues.
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NC Currents - Spring 2018 PDF (25.43 MB) Administration 4/17/2018
NC Currents Article Index XLS (186 KB) Administration 4/17/2018
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