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Posted on: April 30, 2018

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Temporary Modifications of Treatment Process

The City of Inverness works to bring the highest quality standard for clean safe drinking water to our customers. From May 7th through June 11th, 2018, we will conduct system flushing and temporarily change the the disinfection process from chloramines to free chlorine in the drinking water supply.


The process is regulated by State Agencies and will not cause adverse health effects. You may notice some discoloration, cloudiness or excessive air in water lines. You may not experience much of anything, but if you do, we urge that you run the water until it comes clear. Some areas may experience a temporary fluctuation in water pressure or a slight increase in taste and odor of chlorine. 


This is a temporary modification to the treatment process. This is a common practice for water suppliers using chloramines for disinfection and recommended by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. A small inconvenience today will help maintain excellent water tomorrow. 

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