Water may have different taste in March

The North Texas Municipal Water District’s will be performing some annual maintenance on water systems March 4 through April 1, 2019, and the city water may taste differently, with the chlorine easier to notice.

“Normally, two chemicals are used in the disinfection process, chlorine and ammonia. During the month-long change, the water supplier uses only free chlorine to keep water disinfected as it travels through pipes. This is a common practice for as many as 40 percent of water providers which use the two-chemical process.”


Mountain Valley Spring Water from Ouachita mountains in Arkansas

Crazy Water (Mineral Wells, TX) Natural Alkaline Mineral Water 1L Bottle (Pack of 9) Select Flavor Below (no. 4 – The Craziest)

S.Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water, 33.8 fl oz. (Pack of 12)

Topo Chico Mineral Water (Glass), 12-Ounce (Pack of 12)

Gerolsteiner Mineral Water – 11.2 fl oz – 24 pk 




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