Applied Water Technologies, located in Watertown(Arsenic Water Aberdeen SD), offers leading products and systems from Hague Water. Whether you require installations, inspections, or repairs, our professional technicians can get your water systems back up and running in no time. From drinking to cooking to bathing, we offer solutions that provide you and your family with deliciously clear water whenever you need it.

Hague Water is a trusted, major water treatment manufacturer and we proudly provide their systems to our customers. With quite the name within the water treatment industry, as well as various awards, Applied Water Technologies is dedicated to bringing you the best systems in the market today. Hague Water is known for top-shelf technology that also boasts an earth-friendly approach to water softeners and similar systems. All Hague products are manufactured in-house, which ensures a quality experience right upon installation.

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Is lead a concern in the water supply of Watertown, South Dakota?

To obtain the most current information on lead levels in Watertown’s water supply, please contact the Watertown Water Department or the local health department. They can provide up-to-date water quality reports and any advisories related to lead contamination.

How can I test my water for lead in Watertown, SD?

If you are concerned about lead in your water, reach out to the Watertown Water Department or the local health department to inquire about water testing services. They may provide testing kits or recommend certified laboratories for accurate lead testing.

What steps can I take to reduce lead exposure from drinking water in Watertown, SD?

If lead is a concern, consider the following precautions:

    • Run cold water for at least 1-2 minutes before using it for drinking or cooking to flush out any stagnant water that may contain lead.
    • Use only cold water for drinking and cooking, as hot water is more likely to leach lead from pipes.
    • Install a water filter certified to remove lead. Ensure the filter meets the relevant standards for lead reduction.
    • If your home was constructed before 1986, have your plumbing inspected, as lead pipes and solder were commonly used in plumbing systems before that time.
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