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Service by Region

From the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia to the marsh preserves of Delaware, and the natural beauty found in Florida, SERCAP serves seven states in the Southeastern United States.

The states in SERCAP's service region, include:

SERCAP Stories

The story of SERCAP is best told through the eyes of the people and communities we are privileged to serve.

At SERCAP, our team has dedicated decades to educating communities about the water and wastewater problems facing rural communities. One issue that could impact regional water systems is the rising sea levels. Communities affected by this are not onl...
At SERCAP, we are fortunate to have a team that values the work they do and the people and community they work with. We are committed to our mission of improving the quality of life for low-income individuals and communities in rural America.This is ...
Have you ever wondered how the water you drink, cook with, and bathe in actually gets to you house? It is a fascinating process that starts with, of course, WATER!Many people take water for granted and don’t think about the complex process that takes...
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On October 11, 2017, Inside Philanthropy published an article entitled, "Water Systems Are in Crisis. How Can Funders Help?" The Executive Director of the National Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP), Nathan Ohle, penned the following respo...
SERCAP joined forces with Tri-County Community Action Agency, in Virginia, and hosted community workshops. These workshops were designed to educate and support individuals with failing septic systems or no treatment systems at all, to improve the wat...
At SERCAP, we take pride in providing expert service in the field of water and wastewater. Part of this service includes educating individuals and communities on ways to manage their water and wastewater systems. Often water is viewed as an endlessly...