Atlantic Highlands Water Department

Atlantic Highlands Water Department

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All drinkable water in Atlantic Highlands comes from natural water-bearing layers deep under ground, known as aquifers. No surface water is used. This groundwater is drawn from four active wells which tap into the Raritan and Englishtown aquifers 600 feet and 250 feet below the surface. Natural layers of clay protect the wells from contamination which may be in the ground.

For complete information:
http://www.ahnj.com/ahnj/Departments/Environmental%20Commission/Green%20...

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