What’s in Your Water?
The city of College Station’s water Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) average about 500-550 parts per million. Of that, about 200-250 parts per million is dissolved sodium. This sodium is naturally occurring in our water table and can only be removed by Reverse Osmosis. Faucet mounted filters, Pitcher filters, Fridge filters and carbon filters will NOT remove the sodium in our water.. We also have anywhere from 0.5 -3.0 parts per million of chlorine residual. Our pH is about 7.8. We have very soft water, with less than one grain of hardness. College Station’s water meets all the State and Federal drinking water regulations. (2005 College Station Drinking Water Report) The City of Bryan’s water Total Dissolved Solids average 550 parts per million. Of that, 244 parts per million is dissolved sodium. Bryan’s water has a chlorine residual of 0.5 – 5.0 ppm. The pH is about 8.5. The hardness is less than one grain. Bryan’s water meets all EPA set standards. (2005 Bryan’s Report Card on Water Quality) Wixon and Wellborn water have very similar qualities to those of Bryan and College Station. Call us today for more specifics.