A city with sufficient water to meet the needs of its residents always develops faster than other cities. Water is essential for domestic, public, and industrial use. Therefore La Habra needs high-quality and affordable water to enhance its development. Moreover, with our innovative reverse osmosis filtration system, this is now possible.
Aquatech's reverse osmosis water purifier systems are an innovation that are eco-friendly and reduces reliance on plastic water bottles, thus reducing the pollution that bottling companies cause in and around La Habra.
For La Habra, check out our various point of use RO drinking water services on a monthly rental basis. Check out our water softeners and conditioners.
Choose from the most suitable RO water filters below -OR-
Call us on 866.780.7500 to speak to our RO Expert, who will help you decide on picking a RO system.
Produce your own ENDLESS supply of tasty & healthy water, for your homes and offices in La Habra!For FREE Trial, Call: 866.780.7500
La Habra is Spanish for "pass-through hills" and got its name in 1839 when Don Mariano Reyes Roldan got about 6,698 acres of the land and named it Rancho Cañada de La Habra. Abel Stearns bought the land in the 1860s, after which there came drought and heavy flooding, which left most ranchers bankrupt. Settlers began to buy this land by parts in the 1890s, and they reaped a harvest of bountiful grains and raised sheep.
The city struggled for many years without water and suffered long bouts of drought and starvation. Finally, the residents passed water from the San Gabriel River area to irrigate the land, which served as a significant breakthrough. The city began to grow citrus, avocado, and walnuts, which flourished and caused the city to expand. La Habra's journey to development was not a straight path, but its people's resilience kept it moving forward.
The Pacific Electric Railroad line passed through La Habra in 1908, and the Standard Oil Company built a pipeline to El Segundo and developed the Coyote Hills District in 1912. La Habra became the Tent City in 1913 due to a great influx of citrus and petroleum workers. By 1916, the city was buzzing with commercial activities and had three general stores, a meat market, two restaurants, a small hotel, and a bank. The city also had a bakery, a barbershop, a local newspaper, and a dancehall.
La Habra's incorporation occurred under general law on January 20, 1925, with a population of 3,000 citizens. The city got a distinction in 1928 for being the largest producer of avocadoes in Southern California and had a fire department building in 1930.
The present-day La Habra has a population of about 62,000 residents and has amenities such as full police services, constant water supply, a state-of-the-art communications system, lots of tourist attraction sites, and other utilities. Some of the interesting sites in La Habra include 20 parks, a children's museum, a community center, a tennis center, and a community theater. Top tourist sites are the La Habra Massage Envy Spa, Golden Island Spa, Westridge Golf Course, La Habra Depot Park, and the La Habra Library.
From time immemorial, water has been an integral part of La Habra's development and one amenity of core importance to the residents. La Habra Heights Water District sources its water from the central basin at the San Gabriel River. The Water Replenishment District manages this water source, and a large percentage of water supplies to La Habra residents is groundwater. The District's wells are approximately 8 miles from the most distant west District boundary and cover a wide range of residents. The District makes up for the remaining water supply by importing water via its connection with the Metropolitan Water District.
On Wednesday, March 18, 2020 , the Water Replenishment District announced the shutting down of the District's office. Moreover, although there was a supply of safe water at the time, residents with plumbing problems or water-related leakages could not get any help due to the lockdown of areas. This could have been disastrous if there was a chemical leakage into the water at that time.
Like every city with groundwater as its primary water source, La Habra also has water contamination challenges. The EWG confirmed that there are 11 known contaminants in La Habra's drinking water. These include:
These chemicals have health implications ranging from mild acidosis to cancers and gene mutations. These take a toll on not just residents but on generations to come. Worse of all, these may be present in water sources at acceptable levels but can accumulate in the body and cause harmful effects in future times. They can also be hazardous to children that are still in their formative years. Chemicals like lead can settle on bone plates and dentures, leading to metabolic dysfunctions.
Aquatech Water Systems Inc., sees the potential to improve the quality of drinking water in La Habra with our advance 5 stage reverse osmosis filtration system. Our RO dispensers and purifiers brings the city of La Habra with safe and potable water at affordable rates. This innovation is precisely what La Habra residents need to improve the drinking water quality.
Our RO water purification systems in La Habra, California comes with FREE installation and service, bringing you UNLIMITED pure drinking water at all times.
Need help in choosing the right drinking water system?
Speak to our expert for a No Obligation FREE Trial, who will help you chose the right RO water filter for your home or office.