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Who to contact at water company
Many list members are concerned with high levels of chlorine or chloramine
in their tap water and with good reason.
I make it a point to keep in contact with my water company and I've found
that the person to talk to is the SUPERVISOR OF THE WATER PLANTS and/or
LABORATORY or something to that effect (Sorry, I wasn't yelling there,
just wanted it to stand out). This is the person that will know what's
going on. So if you call your water company and get the runaround, ask for
the number of the plant / lab supervisor. I've found most to be very
willing to answer any question I've had. At the very least, you may get
handed off to an underling, but you should find the answers you seek. Be
sure you are calling the company listed on your bill too. Even my small
city has numerous water companies.
Also, please be careful when overdosing water conditioners. While there is
usually some room to overdose, too much can be as harmful as too little and
some products are safer to overdose than others. Contact the mfg. if you
are in doubt about what levels are safe to dose.
Hope this helps.
Knoxville, Tennessee USA
mailto:grendel at usit_net