RESERVE YOUR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS SPACE

Western North Carolina’s first planned sustainable business campus, 10 minutes from Asheville, NC

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  • A Closer Look at MS4 Audit Trends in North Carolina September 23, 2020
    Written by: Ryan Vulpis In the state of North Carolina, many stormwater programs are required by the US EPA to maintain a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit. This permit is designed to ensure that jurisdictions protect water quality within its jurisdiction by meeting six minimum control measures (MCM). In 2019, the North Carolina […]
  • Yadkin Valley Sewer Authority: A Case Study of the Impact of COVID-19 on a North Carolina Wastewater Utility September 9, 2020
    The abrupt arrival of COVID-19 in the United States financially impacted businesses across all sectors, with water and wastewater utilities being no exception (see our previous blog post). Two major factors influenced revenue streams for utilities in the state. The first was Executive Order 124/142 issued by Governor Cooper on March 31st, which prevented utilities […]
  • COVID-19 and North Carolina Utilities: Impact Assessment of the Coronavirus Pandemic on North Carolina Water and Wastewater Utilities August 27, 2020
    August has been a key transition month for local government utilities in North Carolina as EO 124/142 (which prohibited disconnections due to non-payment for residential utility accounts) has expired, payment plans are required to be in place, and Governor Cooper just announced $175 million in relief money, including $122 million for assistance in paying rent […]
  • New State-Specific Resources on EFC Website August 13, 2020
    By: Erin Ansbro New growth has sprung up at EFC! To make our many resources more accessible, we have added “Resources by State” pages for all fifty states. The new layout changes include a clickable map, state-specific information, and all available years of resources in one place. From the home page, hover over the “Resources” […]

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The Renewabilities Campus

Energy Condo Reems Creek Weaverville

In the beautiful Valley Reems Creek in Weaverville, a new solar powered light industrial mixed-used development is leading a new way of doing business. Entrepreneur, General Contractor and Electrical Contractor Russell Thomas, CEO of REBG, Inc. along with a local architect group, have designed a sustainable business campus set to host innovative and green businesses that reach for the triple bottom line.

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