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Christie has the solutions For Your Water Quality Problems - WHY WORRY about all this??!!! Call Christie about a SAFER - BETTER water system!!

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Unlike most cities in Tennessee, Memphis sources its water from a large underground aquifer. The Memphis Sand Aquifer, which is located about 500 feet below ground, has an estimated water-holding capacity of 1 trillion gallons of water. There are approximately 250 wells in the Memphis area that pump water from this large aquifer for municipal purposes. After the water is extracted, it is then treated with chlorine and fluoride before being dispersed to homes and businesses around Memphis.

Hard, Poor-Quality Water

Due to the dissolved minerals, like calcium, present in Memphis' water supply, the city's water is classified as hard. While safe to drink, clean, and cook with, hard water is often responsible for a number of household headaches, including:

Dry, itchy skin
Rough, scratchy laundry
soap scum
Lime Buildup

Christie has the solutions For Your Water Quality Problems - WHY WORRY about all this??!!! Call Christie about a SAFER - BETTER water system!!

901-500-8122

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