Fast Fact

It takes 9.3 gallons of water to process one can of fruit or vegetables. 

Discolored Water

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Why is my water discolored?
Discoloration is usually rust from aging pipes. It is not harmful, but is aesthetically unpleasant. Home plumbing can cause discoloration of the water, especially if discoloration continues for a period of time.

Discoloration may also be caused by disturbances in the water line. If water crews have recently been working in your area or shut off service, (when water is restored) you may notice a reddish, rusty tinge. Let the water run for a minute and the discoloration should pass.

If your water comes out cloudy, the discoloration may be caused by microscopic air bubbles trapped by cold temperatures. The water is safe to drink and will clear if you let the water stand for a minute or so.

If you have questions about your water, call Customer Service at 913/895-1800.