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Southwest Water fourth-best in world, judges say

It may not be Perrier, but Southwest Water Authority was voted fourth-best tasting water in the world for the second year in a row by a panel of ten media judges.

It may not be Perrier, but Southwest Water Authority was voted fourth-best tasting water in the world for the second year in a row by a panel of ten media judges.
The 25th Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting event, held Feb. 19-22 in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., put to the test nearly 100 waters sourced in 19 states, six Canadian provinces and six foreign countries.
Southwest Water Authority’s sample originated from the Water Treatment Plant in Dickinson. Last week, the organization won Best Tasting Water in North Dakota.
“I am very excited for SWA, the SWPP and the SWC and our customers!” Southwest Water Authority manager and CEO Mary Massad wrote in a statement Thursday.
Hamilton, Ohio’s Indigo H2O took home the top prize, while Emporia, Kans. and Clearbrook from British Columbia took home second and third place, respectively.

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