The Division of Water Quality Public Information Office
DWQ Public Information Officer: Susan Massengale
Get Your Feet Wet
Protecting North Carolina's waters is everyone's business.
Healthy watersheds begin with the choices we make in our homes, our communities and our workplaces.
Learn more about water quality and become involved with the protection of our state's wetlands, estuaries, streams, rivers, lakes and groundwater aquifers.
Water You Know! Get the Water Quality basics
Check out waterUknow! University - learn more about wastewater treatment, fish tissue analysis, types of algae found in the state and other interesting information about what the Division of Water Quality does.
Water Quality protection starts with local involvement.
Search our Public Calendar for opportunities to attend public hearings, meetings and workshops on water quality issues.
Volunteer for Water Protection - Join a watershed group and work with neighbors and local businesses who share your concerns for water quality protection.