Your Fairfax County Area Water Specialists
Issues Common to Fairfax County Area Households
Fairfax County area residents get their water from two major sources: the Occoquan Reservoir and Potomac River. The water that flows in the Potomac and Occoquan comes from both groundwater and stormwater runoff.
Fairfax County households tend to have three areas of concern in terms of their water:
What to Look For In and Around Your Home:
Chlorine / Chloramines
Used to kill harmful microorganisms found in water sources, higher levels of chlorine in drinking water can have possible negative effects on our health.
Volatile Organic Chemicals
Entering water supply from improper disposal and industrial runoff, VOCs are nasty chemicals found in dry-cleaning fluid, gasoline compounds, to paint thinners.
Hard water / scaling
Common in Northern Virginia city water, hard water contains small mineral particles like potassium, lime, and chlorine that leave white, scaly deposits on fixtures and appliances.
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