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Soft, Pure Water in Phoenix — Really.

Posted by Rayne Water

One doesn’t have to live in Arizona very long to realize two things. First, when someone tries to diminish an Arizona summer with the line “it’s a dry heat”, you know they’ve not spent much time working outside your house. Second, Arizona’s water not only comes out of the tap HOT, but also HARD.

Fortunately, Rayne Water has the solution to both. For over 50 years, Rayne has supplied Phoenix with the industry’s best water softeners in Phoenix along with reliable soft water exchange tank service. That means that you no longer have to carry in heavy bags of salt in the summer heat or spend your weekends de-scaling your shower doors. Now, you can enjoy the real comforts and beauty of Arizona.
This luxury doesn’t even have to cost you a fortune. Click here to view Rayne’s current special offers on rentals and purchases, and a special introductory offer on a revolutionary drinking water system.

Are you looking for a water softener in Arizona? Whether it’s a drinking water filtration system in Scottsdale or a Glendale water softener…we have you covered. Rayne of Phoenix services the following areas: Avondale, Buckeye, Carefree, Casa Grande, Cave Creek, Chandler, Coolidge, El Mirage, Florence, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Laveen, Litchfield Park, Maricopa, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Sun City, Sun City West, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Wickenburg, Youngtown, and Northern Arizona.

Records Show Millions Drinking Dirty Water

Posted by Rayne Water

A recent study of E.P.A. data shows that Safe Drinking Water Act violations have occurred in all 50 states and more than 20% of municipal drinking water systems have violated crucial elements of this law.
Some were isolated events with little risk to communities and others were due to contamination that has persisted for years.  While communities are required by law to deliver safe water to residents, studies have shown that since 2004, the drinking water provided to more than 49 million people contained illegal traces of chemicals and contaminates such as arsenic and uranium as well as bacteria common in sewage waste water. 
Some of these contaminates even in small doses were found to be linked to cancer and one, Radium, was found as much as 2,000 times the legal limit.  Since 2004 in the state of New York, 205 water systems have recorded violations but only 3 systems have had any enforcement of penalties.
Unfortunately, most violations will not be pursued by the E.P.A. and Justice Department because imposing fines against the municipality will ultimately fine the local tax payer as more and more communities are struggling with revenue.
Regrettably a large portion of violations are in systems serving less than 20,000 residents, in communities were resources and expertise are often limited.
While the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee will ask E.P.A. officials about how water safety laws are handled and the E.P.A. has in turn said they will be announcing new standards and practices, this grave data reminds us that treating the water as it enters our home can give us with the quality drinking water that our community may not provide.
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