When three sacred staples of the South weren't safe from the cloudy, salty water in his town, Clay Duffie knew there was a problem.
"It'd kill your azaleas if you irrigated with it; your grits would come out in a big clump, instead of creamy like they should," Duffie said.
Even the sweet tea.
"Your tea would come out all cloudy," Duffie said. "Oh man, it was bad news."