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    Water Supply

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    Montgomery County has an abundance of natural resources, most notably a renewable water source. The Stillwater, the Mad, and the Great Miami Rivers converge in the county. Unlike many parts of the U.S., this region is drought-free and welcomes water-intensive business to share in the abundant resources. The region has more than 6,000 miles of rivers and streams to recharge a vast, 1.5 trillion gallon buried valley aquifer. Additionally, the groundwater provides a valuable source of geothermal energy that can reduce heating and cooling costs.

    Aquifers in Montgomery County:

    AquifersClick on map for larger image.