Daytona Beach Routine Flushing of City Water Through September 11
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
The city of Daytona Beach is going through a process of flushing and treating its water distribution, to maintain safe and delicious water.
The process will include switching the disinfectant used from chloramines to free chlorine.
The city of Daytona Beach does this regularly to improve quality drinking water.
While some customers (including South Daytona water customers) may notice a slight difference in the taste of the water, the water continues to be safe to drink.
The treatment and flushing will be completed by Friday, Sept. 11.
If you have any questions concerning this procedure, please call the water department at (386) 671-8815 or (386) 671-8809.
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