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 An aquifer is an underground water bearing rock formation or group of formations that supply groundwater, wells, or springs.

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Florida's water reservoirs are mostly underground in sand or limestone layers called aquifers. Aquifer water can range from fresh to salt. Freshwater aquifers are Florida's primary source of drinking water and they are tapped into by drilling wells. All but a few of Florida's Water Treatment Facilities use ground water as their supply source for drinking water. The Floridan Aquifer contains some of the purest drinking water in the State of Florida. Florida's water reservoirs are mostly underground in sand or limestone layers called aquifers. Aquifer water can range from fresh to salt. Freshwater aquifers are Florida's primary source of drinking water and they are tapped into by drilling wells. All but a few of Florida's Water Treatment Facilities use ground water as their supply source for drinking water. The Floridan Aquifer contains some of the purest drinking water in the State of Florida.

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