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Mesa's water comes from multiple water sources that include Salt and Verde River water from SRP, Colorado River water from Central Arizona Project (CAP) and groundwater from 38 wells located throughout the city. In 2003, 47 percent of the water used in Mesa came from CAP, 39 percent from SRP and the remaining 14 percent from the City's wells.
Additionally, Mesa recharges wastewater that is treated to near drinking water quality. This water seeps into the ground, through a process called artificial recharge, where it is stored for future use. Storing water underground is an important tool for managing Mesa's water resources and helps ensure an adequate supply for current and future needs.
Two common minerals in the Arizona soil calcium and magnesium create one of the most notable changes in your tap water water hardness. These tasteless minerals dissolve in the water and create what is known as hard water. Although hard water poses no health risk, it can create numerous challenges for the consumer. For example, the higher the hardness value, the more effort it takes for soap to perform its cleansing action. In addition to reducing the effectiveness of soap, hard water can leave soap deposits in sinks and leave spots on dishes and glassware. Hard water can also create scaly calcium deposits on faucets, showerheads and evaporative coolers, as well as the inside of pipes, hot water heaters and automatic dishwashers. An ion exchange water softener removes hardness (calcium and magnesium ions) by replacing them with sodium or in some instances potassium. http://www.budgetwater.com/water_softeners.htm If you are on a sodium-restricted diet, you may need the addition of a Reverse Osmosis unit starting at just $199.
Mesa Water Quality Report
Well Water: The very best thing to do if you have a private well is follow the instructions under items 7, 16 and 17 on this page: http://www.budgetwater.com/articles.htm
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