Mississippi

Water Hardness Summary

 

City Water Hardness Data
Jackson 164 PPM (mg/L) or 10 gpg
Gulfport 158 PPM (mg/L) or 9 gpg
Biloxi 174 PPM (mg/L) or 10 gpg
Pascagoula 210 PPM (mg/L) or 12 gpg
Hattiesburg 188 PPM (mg/L) or 11 gpg
West Point 154 PPM (mg/L) or 9 gpg

 

PPM = Parts Per Million

mg/L = Milligrams Per Liter

gpg = Grains Per Gallon

 

Solutions to your Water Quality Problems

Fixing your water quality issues in the state of Mississippi will depend on your specific water source. It is best to test your potable water supply in order to get a better understanding of your water quality. Testing is relatively cheap. The test results will allow you to understand if your potable water has issues that need to be addressed. Common solutions to water contamination problems may include a water filtration system, a reverse osmosis system or other whole home water treatment solutions.

 

A problem that almost all Mississippi residents will have to deal with is hard water. One old-fashioned, inefficient, expensive and unhealthy method to treat hard water is with a salt-based water softener. Most people don’t realize that if you’re using a water softener you are basically removing calcium and magnesium from your drinking water and adding salt to your diet. In addition, many states are banning the use of salt-based water softeners. 

 

 

Alternative water treatment solutions such as “water conditioners” have been gaining popularity in recent years because they are cheap to operate and the best eco-friendly solution for hard water. Hydropath technology, which powers the HydroFLOW water conditioners is by far the most efficient and cost-effective eco-friendly solution to deal with hard water problems. To learn more about how HydroFLOW solves the problems created by hard water, please check out our technology page. You might want to read this blog that explains the difference between water conditioners and water softeners: Water Conditioner vs. Water Softener Blog.