Drinking water looks white? Still safe to drink.
Original post made by Virginia Parks on Jan 8, 2008
During January or February of each year, the City's regular source of water, the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, is turned off so that maintenance and improvement projects can be carried out. During this time, the City instead receives water from the local Alameda County watershed. This local water is fed to the treatment plant at a higher-than-normal flow rate. As a result, very small air bubbles are added to the water during the treatment process.
The Hetch Hetchy Reservoir will again be providing water to City customers by the end of February 2008.
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