Chlorine in Drinking Water

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Old 03-18-2015, 02:43 PM
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North Sumter Utilities this morning and was told that the TTHM levels are 4.03 to 13.4 .
That's is right I stand corrected, when doing a search on Google for sumter water reports the results I was looking at at were from another area.
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I put tap water in a small bottle(s) and let it stand for a while. The chlorine evaporates out of the water.
Take a read thru this article

"But if youve ever swigged a sip of day-old water from bedside your bed or on your desk and wondered why it tastes funny, thats because after about 12 hours it goes flat and, as carbon dioxide from the air interacts with the H2O in your glass"
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