Water Quality Reports
Using Ozone to Produce
OUC uses an advanced ozone treatment process to produce its great-tasting tap water - proudly called H2OUC
Ozone offers several advantages. As a strong oxidant, ozone removes hydrogen sulfide (a naturally occurring compound that can create an unpleasant taste and odor) and leaves the water with a fresh taste and sparkling appearance. As a powerful disinfectant, ozone greatly reduces the amount of chlorine we have to add to the water, which improves the taste even more.
To prove that H2OUC is of exceptional quality, we compared our water-quality test results with those of four popular bottled brands. As we expected, OUC's water met or surpassed the bottled brands in virtually every aspect.
Most important of all, our customers are happier with their water, according to a survey conducted by an independent research firm. Of the respondents who said they noticed a change in the quality of OUC water, most (76 percent) cited improvements in taste.
Facts About H2OUC
OUC provides water service to residents and businesses within the City of Orlando and portions of Orange County.
Water provided by OUC is drawn from the lower Floridan Aquifer and meets or exceeds all standards set by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
H2OUC Water Statistics
- Residential 102,417
- Commercial/Industrial 15,476
- Irrigation 15,878
- Service Area 200 square miles
- Population Served 422,000
- Water Treatment Plants 7
- Deep Wells 31
- Miles of Pipe 1,788 miles
- Consumption 24.98 billion gallons
OUC Water Quality Reports
Effective 06/20/2017 the name of the Water Quality Report was changed to reflect the year the data was gathered.
For More Information
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