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SALTY TASTE IN DRILLED WELL DRINKING WATER

Posted in DRILLS on 02.03.13 by Merlyn


• Changes in drinking water taste including salty or metallic tastes • Changes in ensure safe and adequate drinking water near gas well drilling activities.
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Frequent Questions | Private Wells | US EPA


The most common source of potassium in drinking water has no smell or colour, but may give water a salty taste. • Consider drilling a new well with proper site selection and

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