Water Quality


Providing customers with plentiful, high quality, and safe water is our greatest achievement and responsibility. We recognize the role that water plays in your life and in the health and vitality of our community. We have numerous programs in place to make sure our 1,050+ miles of water pipes, 18 water storage facilities and other essential system elements are in top working order around the clock.

In peak summer months, we provide roughly 14 million gallons of water per day to homes and businesses throughout a four-county region, using a conventional treatment plant and a state-of-the-art membrane filtration plant. Our membrane filtration plant was one of the first in the state and is often used as a showcase for industry professionals seeking ways to bring the best and most effective technologies to their customers. Click the image to the right to learn more about how our treatment process.

Our water treatment plant is currently capable of processing up to 20 million gallons of clean drinking water per day, which is drawn from Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville, Tennessee. For detailed information about the high quality of WHUD drinking water, please see our annual Water Quality Report.

For a look at Frequently Asked Questions, including several pertaining to our water treatment process and water quality, click here.

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Click play to watch a short, four-part video series on the water treatment process and water quality.

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