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Terms of Use

Website Terms of Use

 

Agreement between user and www.wcwater.com

Welcome to www.wcwater.com. The www.wcwater.com website (the “Site”) is comprised of various web pages operated by West Carolina Water Treatment (“WCWT”). www.wcwater.com is offered to you conditioned on your acceptance without modification of the terms, conditions, and notices contained herein (the “Terms”). Your use of www.wcwater.com […]

Privacy Policy

West Carolina Water Treatment Privacy Policy

This privacy policy has been compiled to better serve those who are concerned with how their ‘Personally identifiable information’ (PII) is being used online. PII, as used in US privacy law and information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other information to […]

How to Bypass a Fleck Valve

Water Treatment for Dummies

Image_WaterTreatmentForDummies_BookCoverWater Treatment For Dummies: WQA Special Edition is a consumer-directed publication designed to answer common questions about the quality of water in your home or business.

Under 50 pages in length and written in a simple, jargon-free style, Water Treatment for Dummies will give you a […]

Fleck 5600 Control Valve – Reset Timer and Start Regen

Fleck 2510 Control Valve – Reset Timer and Start Backwash

Stewart Builders – Case Study

koch-system3In April 2007 we were contacted by one of our local home builders to quote a whole house system for a custom home they were building in the Eagles Nest area of Waynesville, North Carolina. Due to the circumstances of water delivery […]

Barbers Orchard – Case Study

Barber Orchard Pesticide/Lindane Treatment

1999 was the year that a pesticide by the trade name Lindane was discovered in the Old Barbers Orchard in West Waynesville, NC. Lindane is a trade name for hexachlorocyclohexane, HCH and is a moderately toxic compound in EPA Toxicity Class II. It is no longer manufactured in […]

Clean Water for the Neighborhood

Case Study (Valley Vista Owners Association)

West Carolina Water Treatment was contacted in fall 2005 by a seasonal resident who lived in the Valley Vista development of the Maggie Valley North Carolina area. He had concerns over the spring water that was supplying his home and requested treatment for the problems. We tested his […]

Safe City Water?

Many people would like to think that their water is free of bacteria and other harmful contaminants, especially those that are customers of their city’s municipal water system. In 1993 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin 403,000 people became ill due to Cryptosporidiosis, a parasitic disease delivered to their homes by the contaminated city water […]