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Nebraska Water Quality Facts
Nebraska is home to nearly 24,000 miles of rivers and streams, but the state is also situated over the largest aquifer in the United States. This means that most of Nebraska's municipal water is a combination of surface water and groundwater. In addition to the extra attention on water conservation throughout much of the Midwest, water pollution is a major concern for Nebraska. Nebraska water is susceptible to bacterial, chemical, and radioactive contaminants that may be caused by agricultural runoff and pesticide use in the area, with unpredictable weather conditions like floods, tornadoes, and winter storms also impacting the availability and quality of water.
Water is treated to make it safe for use before distribution, but the contaminants and minerals, and the chemicals used to treat Nebraska water can still cause a variety of headaches around the house, such as lime buildup, overworked appliances, spotted or cloudy dishes, and dry skin. For all kinds of water issues, there's a Culligan solution you can count on to bring you fresher, better-tasting water.
Different areas of Nebraska can experience distinct water problems, so water quality can vary widely, even within the same city. Learn more about the water where you live.
You shouldn't have to worry about what's in your water. Your nearest Nebraska Culligan Water Expert is an expert on the water in your city, can test it to determine any problems, and provide easy filtration solutions.