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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

CUD is hiring!

CUD is taking applications for the role of Utility Field Maintenance Technician. We look for bright, energetic people who want to contribute to a successful team. CUD offers competitive salaries

CUD and City of Murfreesboro Activate Contingency Water Supply

A new water service interconnection between Consolidated Utility District (CUD) and Murfreesboro Water Resources Department will keep water flowing to CUD customers even in the event of an emergency, such

More than 1,400 miles of pipe — and growing!

If you like geography, you’ll love this story. Because a city that has grown as fast as Murfreesboro has – from a population of 40,000 in 1991 to 135,000 in

What is hard water – and is it actually helpful?

Residents in middle Tennessee sometimes notice deposits in their household water that leaves a white film or a grain-like feel. This is a sign of hard water, which is common

Kevin Hickerson presented with ESGR’s Patriot Award

CUD is proud to announce that Kevin Hickerson was awarded with ESGR’s Patriot Award. ESGR stands Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve. The Patriot Award reflects the efforts made to

CUD Employee Tyler Allen Deploys to Kuwait with the National Guard 230th Signal Company

CUD Meter Technician Tyler Allen is deploying to Kuwait with this National Guard Unit. He is expected to be gone a year. From the State of Tennessee Website: NASHVILLE, Tenn. –

CUD Remembers William Waite

We have lost a cherished friend and valued colleague. Commissioner William Waite passed away November 19, 2016 at the age of 73. William Waite served on Consolidated Utility District of

Technology and research to improve Murfreesboro water standards in the future

The White House recently released a report on water and the challenges for the future. Climate change, population and competition for water are always noteworthy topics as they can directly

Rutherford County water, a bargain in the big picture

When thinking about the uses of water each day, it is difficult to imagine life without it. From the shower to the morning coffee, water is used significantly in most