Water is essential to any city's development, whether the city's inhabitants base their economy on agriculture or industry. It gives beauty and warmth to the city's environment and sustains people, plants, and animals. From the beautiful layout of Santa Ana's scenery, it is clear that the city recognizes these facts as it manages to stay fresh and green, although the climate is semi-arid.
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Santa Ana gets its name from its location along the Santa Ana River. It doubles as the largest and most populous city in Orange County, having a size of 27.2 square miles and a population of 327,780 inhabitants. Orange County citizens named the Santa Ana county seat in 1889 and have generally accepted the city as their economic and governmental center. In recent times, Santa Ana has been in economic competition with the fast-growing city of Irvine.
Santa Ana is one city that thrives on development and reformation, which sets it above most other California cities. It has faithfully worked over the years to improve its downtown region. As a result, the city now boasts the Santa Ana Artist Village, which features the Bower Museum, the Old County Courthouse, and many eye-catching galleries and theaters. Santa Ana is a travel hub, housing the John Wayne Airport and the Civic Center, Orange County's foremost government center.
The tri-level Grand Central Art Center fills an entire block of the city, contains Grand Central Theater, and also has live-in workplaces for artists in residence. An exciting event is the ArtWalk that happens on the first Saturday of every month to display beautiful artworks.
This artsy city leaves nothing out when it comes to grace and elegance. This fact clearly shows in the mouth-watering food choices that include Spanish-fusion tapas and tacos at Lola-Gasper and an irresistible vegan cuisine at Gypsy Den. Finish off the day at The Ranch Saloon, which sets the mood for a fantastic night. Other sites in Santa Ana include East End Promenade, Yost Theater, and The Playground.
Santa Ana sources its water from both groundwater and imported water. Groundwater takes a significant percentage of about 70%, while 30% of imported water supplements it. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California supplies water from the Colorado River through Lake Havasu to Santa Ana. The imported water undergoes treatment at Yorba Linda or La Verne before supply to Santa Ana. The city supplies groundwater to its citizens via 20 city-owned ground wells.
On May 8, 2018, Santa Ana received a national award as the city with the highest quality great-tasting water. Santa Ana received the "Best Municipal Water" award at the 28th annual Berkeley Springs International Tasting event. In 2011 and 2012, Santa Ana won the Bronze and Silver awards, respectively, and in 2014, they finally bagged the Gold medal. Every year, the city's Water Resource Division ensures that the city has a constant supply of healthy, safe, and reliable water.
These are outstanding protocols to ensure that Santa Ana has clean and healthy drinking water. However, just like all water from the ground source, Santa Ana's water also has contaminants and impurities that put Santa Ana's citizens' health and wellness at risk. Some of these impurities include industrial wastes used as landfills or emptied in water bodies and residual radioactive chemicals present in the soil and leach into the groundwater. Agricultural chemicals can wash into water bodies or leach into the soil and get into groundwater. Most times, multiple processes of decontamination can only purify water to acceptable levels.
Aquatech is continuously coming up with ways to make the lives of Santa Ana's residents better by providing clean drinking water. With our non-invasive and environmentally friendly RO system, we achieve just that. We love to see that 100% of Santa Ana residents have clean water through one of our reverse osmosis water filters, dispensers and purifiers.
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