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What's that funny taste in my water?
Consumers expect the water flowing from their home taps to be safe, clear, and good-tasting. After all, the water treatment industry has been developing technologies to purify water for centuries, so why can’t we deliver a consistent product that meets these expectations?

Unfortunately, undesirable tastes and odors are common in drinking water supplies, and controlling them can be frustrating for both customers and water treatment staff. Chlorine compounds used for disinfection, distribution system materials, and changes in raw water quality may all cause undesirable tastes and odors. Read more...

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1. What's that funny taste in my water?
2. White flakes, flecks, and fragments in my drinking water....what are they?
3. Why is my tap water brown?
4. Where does Broomfield get its water?
5. Do I need to install a home water treatment system?
6. Why does my tap water look like carbonated milk?
7. Why is chlorine used in the water treatment process?
8. What's the 4-1-1 on fluoride?
9. Could I have lead in my drinking water?
10. What's the best way to disinfect my drains?