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15720 Brixham Hill Avenue Suite 300 Charlotte NC 28277
Phone Number: (704) 286-1444
Hours: Mon - Fri 9am - 5pmAbout Charlotte NC:
Charlotte NC, named after King George III wife Queen Charlotte and therefore also known as “The Queen City” or “Crown Town”, is the most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Located in the Piedmont region, it is the county seat of Mecklenburg County. Its modern city center (aptly name “Uptown” because no matter which way you walk toward independence square, you’ll be moving gently upward) is home to the Levine Museum of the New South, hands-on science displays at Discovery Place, and the NASCAR Hall of Fame. First as a railroad junction and then as a cotton mill hub, today it is one of America’s largest banking centers and one of the nation’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas.Charlotte looks like a brand new city, but there’s a lot of history here. Its roots run deep in the Old South, way back before the American Revolution. Late in the Revolution, British General Cornwallis swept into town during the 1780 Battle of Charlotte and the Battle of Kings Mountain but soon wished he hadn’t. Local sharpshooters peppered his men mercilessly and as they departed it is said that Cornwallis wrote in his diary that Charlotte was a “hornet’s nest of rebellion.” Today, the hornet and hornet’s nest are popular civic symbols.Directions:
Directions from Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Marathon Resources: Get on I-485 Outer from Old Dowd Rd and Wallace Neel Rd, Head south on Josh Birmingham Pkwy, Keep right to continue on Old Dowd Rd, At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit and stay on Old Dowd Rd, Continue onto Wallace Neel Rd, Turn right onto West Blvd, Turn left onto the I-485 Outer S ramp to Pineville, Follow I-485 Outer to US-521 S/Johnston Rd in Charlotte. Take exit 61 from I-485 Outer, Merge onto I-485 Outer, Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 61 for US-521/Johnston Rd, Continue on US-521 S/Johnston Rd to your destination, Use the right 3 lanes to turn right onto US-521 S/Johnston Rd, Use the right lane to turn right onto Brixham Hill Ave, Turn right, Destination will be on the right.
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Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Guilford, Forsyth, Iredell, Union, Lancaster, York, Gaston, Catawba, LincolnCities in/near Charlotte:
Charlotte, Huntersville, Matthews, Cornelius, Mint Hill, Pineville, Concord, Harrisburg, Mount Pleasant, Midland, Greensboro, Jamestown, Summerfield, Oak Ridge, McLeansville, Whitsett, Pleasant Garden, Stokesdale, Sedalia, Winston-Salem, Kernersville, Clemmons, Lewisville, Walkertown, Rural Hall, Pfafftown, Bethania, Tobaccoville, Statesville, Mooresville, Troutman, Harmony, Love Valley, Monroe, Waxhaw, Indian Trail, Wingate, Weddington, Wesley Chapel, Marvin, Mineral Springs, Marshville, Lake Park, Unionville, Hemby Bridge, Fairview, JAARS, Lancaster, Indian Land, Kershaw, Heath Springs, Van Wyck, Elgin, Springdale, Lancaster Mill, Irwin, York, Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Clover, Lake Wylie, Tega Cay, McConnells, Hickory Grove, Sharon, Lesslie, Newport, India Hook, Riverview, Gastonia, Belmont, Mount Holly, Dallas, Bessemer City, Cherryville, Stanley, Lowell, Cramerton, McAdenville, Ranlo, High Shoals, Spencer Mountain, South Gastonia, Dellview, Catabwa, Newton, Conover, Clremont, Maiden, Shersills Ford, Lake Norman of Catawba, Saint Stephens, Brookford, Mountain View, Lincolton, Denver, Iron Station, Lowesville, WestportZip Codes in/near Charlotte:
28202, 28203, 28204, 28205, 28206, 28207, 28208, 28209, 28210, 28211, 28212, 28213, 28214, 28215, 28216, 28217, 28226, 28227, 28244, 28246, 28254, 28262, 28269, 28270, 28273, 28277, 28278, 28280, 28281, 28282, 28284, 28285, 28287, 28201, 28218, 28219, 28220, 28221, 28222, 28224, 28229, 28230, 28231, 28232, 28233, 28234, 28235, 28236, 28237, 28241, 28247, 28256, 28260, 28265, 28266, 28271, 28272, 28275, 28297, 28299, 28223, 28228, 28242, 28243, 28253, 28255, 28258, 28263, 28274, 28288, 28289, 28290, 28296Neighborhoods in/near Charlotte:
Center City: Uptown, First Ward, Second Ward, formerly known as Brooklyn, Third Ward, Fourth Ward, Elizabeth, Midtown. East Charlotte: Coventry Woods, Easthaven, Eastland, Grove Park, Hickory Grove, Hickory Ridge, Idlewild, Mint Hill, Oakhurst, Plaza Hills, Plaza-Midwood, Ravenwood, Reedy Creek, Shamrock, Sardis Woods, Sheffield Park, Sherwood Forest, Stonehaven, Windsor Park. North Charlotte: Belmont, College Downs, Croft, Derita, Hidden Valley, Graceshire, Highland Creek, Lockwood, Newell, Nevin, NoDa, Northlake, Mallard, Mineral Springs, Tryon Hills, University City, Villa Heights, Wilson Heights. South Charlotte: The Arboretum, Ayrsley, Ballantyne, Barclay Downs, Beverly Woods, Blakeney, Cameron Wood, Carmel, Chantilly, Cherry, Cotswold, Dilworth, Eastover, Grier Heights, Historic South End, Landsdowne, Madison Park, Myers Park, Nations Ford, Parkdale, Piper Glen, Quail Hollow, Raeburn, Sedgefield, SouthPark, Starmount, Steele Creek, Yorkshire. West Charlotte: Ashley Park, Berryhill, Biddleville, Historic Camp Greene, Clanton Park, Reid Park, Coulwood, Dixie, Enderly Park, Lincoln Heights, Mountain Island Village, Northwood, Oakview Terrace, Oakdale, Paw Creek/ "Tank Town", Revolution Park, Shopton, Shuffletown, Thomasboro/ Hoskins, Todd Park, University Park, Washington Heights, Wesley Heights, Wilmore, Wick City, Yorkmount Park.Frequently Asked Water Treatment Questions:
What is water treatment? Water treatment is
any process that improves the quality of water for a specific purpose. Reasons for improving water quality may include drinking, cooking, bathing, or other household activities.
How does water treatment work? Water treatment works
by running water through chemicals and filters to remove toxins and hazards. This is done at both the municipal level and at a private level in homes and/or businesses. While a water treatment plant may make water potable again, healthy, clean, quality water can only be truly achieved at the point of service (pos). This is because the water running to your home or business, from the municipal water supply, picks up contaminants from the pipes it runs through. In-home water treatment or POS systems, run your water through an additional set of filters and media that remove contaminants that may have both been picked up from the city water pipes and those that may not have been removed to begin with.
How many steps are in the water treatment process?
There are typically 9 steps in the municipal water treatment process: Collection, Screening and Straining, Chemical Addition, Coagulation and Flocculation, Sedimentation and Clarification, Filtration, Disinfection, Storage, and finally Distribution. Private water treatment systems for homes or businesses can have anywhere from 3 to 16 filtration stages that work to remove additional contaminants. Some of these stages include carbon, reverse osmosis, UV light, and remineralization.