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Iron in Drinking Water

Alex Colter , R.L. Mahler ,
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Iron in drinking water, though harmless at typical household concentrations, can result in poor tasting, unattractive water that stains both plumbing fixtures and clothing, and creates unpleasant tastes when used in cooking. Iron can be present in drinking water in several different forms and testing the water supply is essential before choosing water treatment equipment. This publication describes different treatment options.

Department(s): Agriculture
Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 2006-06-01

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