CUD is currently experiencing a taste issue caused by algae bloom in the source water.  The severity of the issue can vary greatly based on a host of factors, including individual sensitivity.

CUD has significantly increased the amount of activated carbon used in the water treatment process to mitigate this taste issue as much as possible.  This is the same activated carbon used in residential and commercial water filtration systems.  Although the taste is unpleasant, rest assured that the water is safe and know that the taste issue will pass within a few days.  Your patience is appreciated.

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Our mission continues to be to provide safe drinking water for all residential, industrial and governmental agencies, meeting and exceeding all federal and state standards at the lowest possible cost with high quality, efficiency and integrity.

Kevin Hickerson presented with ESGR’s Patriot Award

CUD is proud to announce that Kevin Hickerson was awarded with ESGR’s Patriot Award. ESGR stands Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve. The Patriot Award reflects the efforts made to support citizen warriors through a wide-range of measures including flexible schedules, time off prior to and after deployment, caring for families, and granting leaves of…

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Water conservation a heavy topic in today’s world

Water conservation practices are the focus of many discussions these days. From local farmers across the land to the average, everyday water consumer, it will be the standard thing to practice as we move forward. If you think of the many uses for water each day, then the amount is numerous. You wake up in…

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Phone: 615-893-7225
Fax: 615-225-3341

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Consolidated Utility District of Rutherford County
709 New Salem Hwy
Murfreesboro, TN 37129