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CUD Geography Expert to Work with Department of Defense Agency

Bethany Hall serves as the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Coordinator with Consolidated Utility District (CUD) of Rutherford County, using her capabilities in data collection and geography as well as her

CUD finalizes 2021-2022 Capital Improvement Plan

CUD’s management, engineers, and Board members have finalized plans for upcoming water service improvements as the population of Rutherford County continues its upward surge in residential and commercial development. The

Bacteria can’t hide from CUD’s FlowCam

A big part of water quality involves identifying and eliminating microscopic bacteria – even those that are much smaller than the width of a human hair. That’s why the K.

How Three Explorers Serve CUD And Its Ratepayers

A battlefield historian, an anthropologist, and an archaeologist: That’s the unique team that monitors underground utility assets for Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County (CUD). “Imagine a ratepayer decides to

CUD marks milestone in fire protection

Consolidated Utility District recently surpassed 5,000 fire hydrants the water utility services within its distribution system. This number is significant in terms of water availability for the county’s Fire Departments.

Chlorine Plays Vital Role in Security of Water Supply as Countermeasure to Virus

Current evidence indicates chlorine is effective in eliminating the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) through the disinfection process for drinking water or wastewater, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and

Request for bid on fencing in local subdivision

Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County (CUD) is accepting bids for the removal of an existing fence and the installation of high tensile non-electric fence around CUD’s property in Stewart

CUD signs $1.3 million deal for upgraded meter technology

More advanced metering technology is on its way to Rutherford County, which will benefit customers of Consolidated Utility District (CUD) by providing more actionable, real-time data. This new piece of

Pam Sykes’ Journey: From archaeology in California to infrastructure in Tennessee

Her work is part Indiana Jones, part mapmaking, and part drone flights. Pam Sykes, a GIS Analyst (geographic information system) with CUD since 2015, wouldn’t have it any other way.

3 items to know about your STEP system, from CUD’s Joe Fisher

“Without wastewater treatment and disposal, even a million-dollar home would nosedive in value.” A strong statement from CUD Wastewater Supervisor Joe Fisher – especially given the amount of residential development