Ormond Beach Makes Temporary Change To Chemical In Drinking Water

By on April 4, 2016 in WNDB News

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Ormond Beach, FL-Ormond Beach officials say a temporary change to one of the chemicals used to treat city drinking water begins Monday (April 4) and will continue until April 25.

A news release on the Ormond Beach website is here. 

City officials say this is a “temporary disinfectant conversion” and some customers may notice a change in the taste and smell of the drinking water.

Residents on dialysis using proportioning machines are advised to contact their physician. Residents with fish tanks or aquatic species should contact a professional aquarist for assistance.

City officials say, during this period, the “water continues to be of the highest quality and totally safe to drink”.



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