Hoboken hopes second repair fixes odorous water
The unusual smell some Hoboken residents have noticed from their water in the last couple of months may be a distant memory soon after the city replaced a key chlorine-injecting component for the second time in as many weeks.
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#1 Aug 14, 2010
hello folks in my old neck of the woods i used to live in atkinson and moved to tennessee in 1997 now i am the water system superintendant for the city where i live. instead of the cuctomers having to run their sinks or sprinklers the system should go out and flush their lines. by flushing the lines they will circulate the water and get fresh water moving throughout the lines this will also help keep down the thmm and haa5 levels. in summer heat the lines get warm with the ground warming and the lines will release any unwanteds in the service lines such as sulfur. if you have any questions and i can help my email address is [email protected] i will be glad to help in any way.
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