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Old 09-20-2009, 06:31 AM   #1
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Default Any fellow brewers in Union County, NJ get a water report?

Hey guys,

I'm trying to save a couple of bucs and was wondering if any fellow homebrewers in Union County, NJ have a water report they could share with me. Thanks.

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Old 09-20-2009, 11:33 AM   #2
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Who's your water company? Have you checked with them yet?

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I'm sure you have the same water company as me (NJ american water) formerly Elizabethtown.

The problem is the variable sources:
Your water comes from a public community water system consisting
of 129 wells, 7 surface water intakes, 1 purchased ground water
source, and 6 purchased surface water sources.
Source water comes from Millstone River, upper Potomac-Raritan-
Magothy (PRM) aquifer, Raritan River, middle PRM aquifer, Delaware
& Raritan Canal, Brunswick aquifer, and The Stockton Formation.
Water is purchased from Elizabeth Water Dept., South Brunswick,
Newark Water Co., Monroe Twp., Flemington Water Co., and
Franklin Twp.

I had my water tested at ward labs about a month ago but who knows what it would be year round. Check out Bobby M's Water Adventure thread.

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Who's your water company? Have you checked with them yet?
My water company is American Water. They have a water reports on their site but nothing about Ph, calcium, magnesium, bicarbonate. Though it does say they use Chloramine and Cholrine.

http://www.amwater.com/files/NJ-ShortHills.pdf
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Hey man, I know the thread is old but I just found out that Linden is on my exact water system. I'm trying to build a database on the whales site:

WHALES NJ Water Database

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Hey man, I know the thread is old but I just found out that Linden is on my exact water system. I'm trying to build a database on the whales site:

WHALES NJ Water Database

Cool, thanks Bobby.
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