High Purity Water, resolving Worcester’s water taste and odor problems.
Water Softeners and Hard Water Treatment in Worcester, MA
Locally based in nearby Grafton, MA, High Purity Water has been successfully treating and resolving all Worcester’s water issues since the early 1970’s. While offering only the best-in-class water filtration solutions for a broad range of demanding water problems, High Purity Water also has an undisputed track record of specifically managing and effectively removing the chlorine taste and odor found in Worcester’s municipally treated water from Lynde Brook Reservoir and Holden reservoir.
Call High Purity Water at 508 839-2156 or Toll Free at 800 540-6268 for hard water treatment solutions, chlorine odor or taste removal, as well as any water filtration services in Worcester, MA or click here to contact us for immediate service.
High Purity Water, removing Chlorine odor and taste from Worcester, MA water through Carbon filtration
Since 1984, the City of Worcester, has relied for its supply of potable water on a 50-million-gallon-per-day water filtration plant designed to meet the water safety and health needs of its roughly 200,000 inhabitants. The water, primarily derived from surface water reservoirs, must, by necessity, go through a powerful disinfectant process known as preozonation followed by a multi-step filtering process, including treatment to control corrosion, and eventually chlorine post-disinfection treatment. Although this keeps the water safe from bacterial growth while it is transported to residences and businesses, it does not do much for its taste and odor when it gets there.
High Purity Water is one of the oldest and most established water filtration and water treatment companies in the greater Worcester area, specializing not only in HARD water softening, but also in municipal water de-chlorination. High Purity Water has been successfully abating chlorine taste and smell found in several Massachusetts municipalities. High Purity Water has been installing state-of-the-art water filtration and de-chlorination systems in Worcester, for the better part of 40 years, with an unchallenged track record of eliminating all chlorine taste and odor found in Worcester’s municipally treated water supplies. High Purity Water’s technology of choice for the elimination of chlorine odor and taste is carbon filtration.
Water Filtration and Water Softening Repair in Worcester, MA
Our factory authorized service and repair facilities, located in nearby Grafton, MA are considered among the best in Massachusetts offering emergency repair services for numerous water filtration systems as well as water softeners. Call High Purity Water today at 508 839-2156 for immediate service.
Drinking Water Solutions, Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) installation and Carbon Filtration in Worcester, MA
Although Worcester’s municipally treated water is designed to be potable and safe for human consumption, the anti-bacteriological chemical treatment employed to make it safe from the water treatment plant all the way to your front door does nothing to make it taste all the great. Chlorine, in fact, a key chemical agent used to kill bacteria in water, leaves an all too familiar unpleasant aftertaste and odor. High Purity Water has the known-how and technology to remove that Chlorine odor and taste completely from your drinking water using EcoWater’s under counter Reverse Osmosis drinking water system which provides, high-quality water for drinking and cooking, totally free of chemical trace contaminants like chlorine, TDS, sediment, nitrates, lead, cysts and other pollutants that may be present in your water supply.
For more voluminous home consumption or light commercial / business configurations, BottleLESS water coolers provide virtually unlimited, pristine, “bottle water quality” drinking water without the hassle of lifting and storing heavy 5 gallon jugs. This personal mini “water treatment plant” uses Reverse Osmosis technology and is often cheaper than delivered bottled water at home or in your business.
High Purity Water’s professionals have the expertise to help guide you through the complexities of choosing the most effective water filtration solution for your Worcester home or business. Contact High Purity Water to resolve all your hard water and Chlorine odor and taste issues. We can also assist with commercial and residential point of use R.O cooler service and sales from our Grafton, MA Service Center.
Call High Purity Water, at 508 839-2156 or Toll Free at 800 540-6268 for municipal hard water treatment, chlorine removal, filtration services and point of use R.O cooler sales and service in Worcester, MA as well as Grafton, Boston, Newton, Auburn, Millbury, Northborough, Charlton, Wellesley and Stow or simply click here to contact us for immediate service.
High Purity Water and Worcester, MA
Worcester, Massachusetts is the county seat of Worcester County. The city was named after the English town of Worcester and was settled in 1673. The area was initially inhabited by the Nipmuc tribe, but eight square miles of land were purchased from the Nipmuc people by Daniel Gookin to allow his party of English settlers to inhabit the area. Worcester was considered to be its own region for centuries but as the suburbs of Worcester began to encroach on the area during the 1970s development, the city is now considered to be the western periphery mark of the Greater Worcester area.
Modern day Worcester has some fantastic examples of Victorian era architecture. The city covers an area of 38.6 square miles and has a population of approximately 181, 045. This makes Worcester the second largest city, after Boston, in New England. Worcester is also considered to be the “Heart of the Commonwealth” due to its location within Central Massachusetts and has a heart as the official symbol for the city. However, it is also folklore that Valentine’s cards were invented in Worcester. The city has a diverse culture including traditional ethnic neighborhoods and the second largest center for the arts in the state outside of Boston. However, visitors and residents may notice a chlorine smell and taste in the water due to the municipal treatment procedures.
Worcester Massachusetts And The Surrounding Area.
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