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Water is essential for the survival of all known forms of life.  Seventy-one percent of Earth's surface is made up of water, but only 1.6% of all of Earth's water is found below ground in aquifers.

  The State of Texas covers twenty-three
  aquifers which underlie approximately
  75% of the state.  Seven of these are
  considered to be major aquifers. 

  The Ogallala Aquifer accounts for about
  ninety percent of the water in all the Texas
  aquifers and is the largest aquifer in
  North America, covering 174,000 square
  miles in eight different states (Texas,
  Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado,
  South Dakota, and Wyoming). 

  More than fourteen hectares of land are
  irrigated by the Ogallala, incorporating
  some of the most important agricultural
  land in the nation.

The main aquifer system in Montague
County, Texas, is the Trinity Aquifer,
which extends in a 550-mile-long band
from the Arkansas border with
southeastern Oklahoma to south-central

The Trinity Aquifer underlies an area of
about 41,000 square miles, comprising
of all or parts of sixty-eight counties in
Texas and Oklahoma.

The width of the Trinity Aquifer ranges
from less than ten miles near its
southern tip to about 170 miles in the
central part of the state.

     Depths of wells completed in the Trinity Aquifer commonly
     range between 50 and 800 feet, but some well depths exceed
     3,000 feet.  Wells commonly yield from 50 to 500 gallons per
    minute, and some yield as much as 2,000 gallons per minute. 

    The water is generally a hard, calcium bicarbonate type, and
    typically has concentrations of dissolved solids that range from
    500 to 1,500 parts per million.

Humans require water that does not contain too many impurities.  Common impurities include metal salts and oxides (including copper, iron, calcium and lead), harmful bacteria or pollutants.

Surface water must always be purified for safe human consumption.  Often ground water will also require treatment to remove impurities.  This may involve removal of undissolved substances, dissolved substances and harmful microbes.

Priceless WaterCare is dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality water that can be obtained through modern treatment options...

                                             ...because good water is priceless.

      "Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well."
                                                                                                                      ~ Proverbs 5:15