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Montana Water Quality Facts
Drinking water for the state of Montana comes largely from surface water – more than 170,000 miles of streams and rivers run throughout the state, making Montana the third-ranking state in terms of total stream miles. Many of these streams feed the state's three major river basins, which are the Columbia River basin, the Missouri River basin, and the Yellowstone River basin. Montana's landscape is also dotted with more than 10,000 lakes and reservoirs.
While water sources in The Treasure State are abundant, residents often notice that the water flowing out of their taps is hard, and contributes to limescale buildup and sometimes a discoloration of the water that stains laundry and surfaces.
Different areas in Montana can experience very distinct water challenges. Learn more about the water where you live:
Your local Montana Culligan Water Expert is an expert on your water, can test it to determine any problems, and provide the best way to address them.