Coming clean about the water quality in your city

December 13, 2009


If you’re training hard, you should be drinking plenty of water. On average, a person should consume at least 128 ounces of water per day.

So, we felt it was fitting to let you know the results of the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) three-year investigation into the municipal water supply across the United States.

To view all 100 cities on the list and to see how the list was complied, check out EWG’s website.

Cities with the best water:
1. Arlington, TX
2. Providence, RI
3. Fort Worth, TX
4. Charleston, SC
5. Boston, MA
6. Honolulu, HI
7. Austin, TX
8. Fairfax County, VA
9. St. Louis, MO
10. Minneapolis, MN

Cities with the worst water:
1. Pensacola, FL
2. Riverside, CA
3. Las Vegas, NV
4. Riverside County, CA
5. Reno, NV
6. Houston, TX
7. Omaha, NE
8. North Las Vegas, NV
9. San Diego, CA
10. Jacksonville, FL