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ANSWERS TO COMMON WATER QUALITY ISSUES:

  • Rotten egg smell in water is caused by hydrogen sulfide gas. Beside the foul odor, hydrogen sulfide is very corrosive to plumbing fixtures.  Hydrogen sulfide can be removed from water safely and effectively without using chemicals.
  • Chlorine is added to municipal water supplies to kill harmful bacteria and protect the public. However, chlorine and chlorine byproducts can be harmful to your health and give drinking water an unpleasant smell. Chlorine can be removed from drinking water in a couple different ways.
  • Red stains are typically associated with iron in the water. Excess iron can cause obnoxious staining and even affect the color of your hair.  Iron can be removed from water safely and effectively without using chemicals.
  • Tea colored water is typically associated with tannic acid. Tannic acid is caused by decaying plant matter underground and is often found in wells close to lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.  Tannic acid can be removed from water safely and effectively with a specific resin.

MY WATER LOOKS LIKE TEA

  • Tea colored water is typically associated with tannic acid. Tannic acid is caused by decaying plant matter underground and is often found in wells close to lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.  Tannic acid can be removed from water safely and effectively with a specific resin.
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