Tacoma Water quality mechanic Craig Carrara monitors the sodium hydroxide being added to the water from ground wells from two 6,600 gallon tanks at the Hood Street Reservoir Groundwater Treatment Facility in early February. The sodium hydroxide helps to raise the pH in the water to keep corrosion down in the pipes.
Tacoma Water quality mechanic Craig Carrara monitors the sodium hydroxide being added to the water from ground wells from two 6,600 gallon tanks at the Hood Street Reservoir Groundwater Treatment Facility in early February. The sodium hydroxide helps to raise the pH in the water to keep corrosion down in the pipes. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, February
Tacoma Water quality mechanic Craig Carrara monitors the sodium hydroxide being added to the water from ground wells from two 6,600 gallon tanks at the Hood Street Reservoir Groundwater Treatment Facility in early February. The sodium hydroxide helps to raise the pH in the water to keep corrosion down in the pipes. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, February

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