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Most of Cleveland’s water comes from Lake Erie and, as a result, taps in and around the area share the qualities many surface water supplies experience:
- Elevated levels of dissolved minerals such as calcium and magnesium
- Organic material contamination from sources like algae and microbes
Generally, surface water sources like lakes and rivers also have higher levels of industrial and organic contaminants. This can impact Cleveland’s water quality especially seasonally as environmental conditions change, and agricultural and industrial activities produce runoff that can find its way into the lake and surrounding waterways. Surface water is often prone to contamination since there is no natural filtration system in place, as would be the case with ground water sources where water must filter through layers of rock and sediment.
While the city of Cleveland has top quality water, the city’s water supply has been known to experience issues — just like many major metropolitan areas in the country as utilities deal with aging water infrastructure and processes.
For example, state law in Cleveland requires routine water testing for lead and copper — two of the most hazardous water contaminants for people to ingest. The law doesn’t specify when or where these samples need to be taken however, so there has been some debate about the best way to ensure the entire Cleveland area’s water is routinely tested.
As the conversation continues around whether samples are regularly taken from areas considered high risk for contamination, many homes and businesses turn to independent methods to ensure their Cleveland water quality is the best it can be. So whether you’re concerned about your home’s water quality, or you simply want better tasting water, there’s a Culligan solution for you.
Learn more about our filtering solutions for Cleveland tap water, and find the resources you need to address issues with your drinking water, today.