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Water Filtration System for Your Home

 
 

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Grand Haven Michigan Residents



There was a time when we never had to worry about the water that came from our faucets, shower heads, toilets, etc. Unfortunately, that time is probably no more. Now, discolored water or high concentration of chlorine or just an overall funny taste to our water is almost a common occurrence with many households today.

At Spartan Clean Water, our water filtration system fixes these problems – and then some. We take the most precious resource and make it better. We make sure your water is safe and tastes great.

If you believe you have water problems then contact us today. Sign up for a FREE Water Test or call us at 517-331-7082.

 
 



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Water Statistics for Grand Haven, Michigan


Water Consumption

 
 
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Number of Consumers Grand Haven, MI: 27,191

Avg. Amount of Drinking Water Consumed/Year: 14 gallons per year

Total Amount of Drinking Water: 380,674 gallons/year

 

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Water Bottle Usage

 
 
Spartan Clean Water

Number of Consumers Grand Haven, MI: 27,191

Avg. Number of Water Bottles Per Person/Year: 167

Total Number of Bottles: 4,540,897

 

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Spartan Clean Water - Blogs

 
 

The Disadvantages of Bottled Water

The bottled water segment is perhaps the fastest growing segment in the beverage industry. Its annual sales are estimated to exceed $11 billion. Bottled water companies have been known to employ slick marketing techniques in a bid to convince the...[Read more]

 

Dangers of Lead-Contaminated Drinking Water

Drinking water that contains lead can cause serious health issues. While this fact probably comes as no surprise to some people, many others are relatively uneducated when it comes to the specific issues that come about from drinking water...[Read more]

 

Conserving Water in the Home

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average U.S. household wastes up to 180 gallons of water per week. And that is just known use. Additionally, various household leaks can waste 900 billion gallons of water...[Read more]

 
 
 
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