In Your Home and Business

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From the aquifer to your home faucet, delivering the highest quality water to customers is Tucson Water’s priority.

Our drinking water is safe, complying with all federal, state and regional regulations. Tucson Water professionals monitor water for taste, pressure, odor and appearance-related issues – though federal regulations don’t require it.

Each of us wants drinking water that looks, smells and tastes good. That’s why Tucson Water wants to assist you in identifying possible issues and how you can troubleshoot them at home.

See water quality tests closest to your home or business using our Online Water Quality Map

Taste Issues

Why does my water taste like chlorine or dirt?

Smell-Related Issues

Why does my water have a rotten-egg, musty, sewer, or swimming pool smell?

Appearance Issues

Why does my water look milky, cloudy, dirty, or discolored?

Hard Water

Is hard water safe to drink, and what does it mean to me?

Treatment Options

There are two principal categories of home treatment devices: point-of-entry (POE) and point-of-use (POU).

Medication Disposal

Dispose-A-Med is an environmentally-friendly alternative to safely dispose of your unused medications.