About the Water Quality in Buda, Texas
Residents of Buda, Texas get their daily dose of drinking water from sources comprising of both surface and groundwater capacities. The groundwater supply which derives from Edwards Aquifer covers up to 40 percent of the city’s water supply. The source is treated at individual well sites located within Buda itself. The balance 60 percent is accounted for from water obtained at Canyon Lake through the Guadalupe River which is then treated at the Surface Water Treatment Plant in San Marcos. Although the water that the city drinks is certified safe for drinking in a 2014 report which states that no present contaminants can be found, traces of microbial by-products still exist.
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