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If you’ve visited the Tennessee Riverwalk behind the Tennessee American Water plant, you may have noticed a barge with a large crane. Tennessee American Water is installing a third pipe to deliver water to residents on the north side of the river. Learn more about this unique and important project to provide redundancy to our water system.

We take great pride in what we do and we hold ourselves to the highest standards in delivering safe, clean, reliable and affordable drinking water to the people we serve. Each year, we provide customers with a water quality report for their area.

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We are all responsible for helping to protect our water supply and to make sure it is available for future generations. There are many ways you can help by using water wisely. Read more.

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Water reaches far into our every day lives, even farther than we realize. Our Water Learning Center provides helpful and interesting information about the industry, the treatment process and ways you can help protect our water supply.

The Value of Water

What household necessity costs about a penny a gallon? Water! Water is very easily taken for granted, but no other resource is as necessary. Read more about its critical importance to our lives here. Learn more.

The Water Cycle

Where does the water we drink and cook with come from? The water cycle is in constant motion and flows through its process. Read more about the changes it undergoes every minute of every day here. Learn more.