Barry Edwards, PE
Utilities & Engineering
100 A SW Blvd
Newton, NC 28658
Recycled Art Project Octopus
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New Code Compliance Reporting Tool
Local Code Compliance now offers a new online reporting tool for solid waste, junk vehicle, and zoning complaints. The page is mobile-friendly so try it on smartphone or tablet! Click here to report a violation.
National Recycling Coalition (NRC) awards Catawba County with its 2015 Outstanding Community or Government Program Award. Read more
Catawba Waste to Energy Video
When workers pick up your trash it goes to the nearest landfill to get compacted and buried.But Catawba County in North Carolina isn't just letting it sit there... Click here to watch now...
Solidwaste and recycling management program benefits Catawba County communities. Click here to check out the video from WSOC-TV.
Catawba County ranks first in the state in per capita recycling rate according to data from the North Carolina Solid Waste and Materials Management Report recently released...............Read More.
Protect your underground utilities. Simply dial 811 within North Carolina. NC811 provides a communication link between excavators and utility owners. Call NC811 Before You Dig.....Click here for the NC811 Website.......Click here to download the NC811 App for free.
Tell us how we are doing! Building Services Customer Satisfaction Survey is now available. To take this anonymous on line survey click here.
Learn more about Catawba County’s EcoComplex, a unique solidwaste management system that recovers useable products and by-products from a group of private and public partners that work together to use each other’s waste products either as a source of energy or as a raw material for the production of their own product..Click here to watch.
Catawba County Director of Utilities and Engineering Barry Edwards wins Energy Leadership Award from Business Jorunal of Charlotte....Read more.
What do wood, plants, garbage and algae have in common? To find out, view this video that was produced for CBS and Channel One News. Jeremy Ferrell of the Catawba County EcoComplex explains the process. The video was shown to approximately 5.5 million middle and high school students and explains how Biomass is converted into power....................View Video
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