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FREEMAN: City wants to retrofit your water softener

State Department of Natural Resources standards requiring water utilities to reduce the amount of chlorides entering the sewer system have the city of Waukesha and the Waukesha Water Utility looking right at your water softener.

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The Great Water Alliance grew out of more than ten years of cooperative action involving the Compact Council, governmental agencies at the state and local levels, private-sector consultants,concerned citizens, and the City of Waukesha. You’ll see much of the story documented in our archives.

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Myth vs. Fact

The subject of water resource management is often emotionally charged, and the passions it raises can lead to a blurring of the line between myth and fact. We’d like to address some of the common misperceptions that have arisen since Lake Michigan was identified as the only reasonable long term water supply for Waukesha.

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Frequently Answered Questions

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