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Loudoun Water in Northern Virginia has a history of embracing change and seizing opportunities to create a more robust and sustainable water system. Situated in the fast-growing suburbs of Washington, D.C., Loudoun Water provides chloraminated drinking water to more than 65,000 households through a network of over 1,200 miles of pipes and seven tanks. Loudon Water's efforts to improve the operational efficiency of its drinking water system has been a key element of its mission to sustainably manage water resources. For a chloraminated water system, that means getting control of nitrification.
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