Second South Cheatham
Drink Only the Best
Second South Cheatham Utility District won an award for providing the best-tasting water in Region Nine. You can be confident that you’re getting quality drinking water that meets the taste, smell, and clarity standards of the discerning judges.
An Award-Winning Water Department
Second South Cheatham Utility District is dedicated to providing the best water to residents in Kingston Springs and Pegram. As a testament to the quality of our water, we have won the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD) best-tasting water contest.
Second South Cheatham Utility District Wins TAUD Region 9 Best-Tasting Water Contest
TAUD held the Region Nine Best-Tasting Water Contest” at the Montgomery County Shooting Complex on Thursday, March 17th. Second South Cheatham Utility District was awarded Best-Tasting Water in Region Nine.
TAUD Region Nine Consists Of:
Cheatham County | Dickson County | Hickman County | Houston County | Humphreys County |
Montgomery County | Stewart County
The Participants of the Competition
Warner Taylor, Retired Director of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Dickson
The drinking water samples were judged on their clarity, bouquet, and taste.
Best-Tasting Water in Tennessee Contest
TAUD will conduct the Best-Tasting Water in Tennessee Contest in each of the Association’s 11 regions in the upcoming months. The winner of each region will participate in a statewide competition at TAUD’s Business of Running A Utility Conference at the Gatlinburg Convention Center on August 11th.
The statewide winner will then represent Tennessee in the Great American Taste Test held in conjunction with the National Rurally Water Association Rally in Washington D.C. in February of 2017.
About Tennessee Association of Utility Districts
Founded in 1957, TAUD serves as the state’s main source of training, technical assistance, and advocacy for more than 400 water, wastewater, and natural gas utility members in the state of Tennessee.
For more information please visit www.taud.org or find Tennessee Association of Utility Districts on Facebook. You can also follow them on Twitter “@TAUDtweets.”