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The Annual Tap Water Flush in Arlington and Washington, D.C.: April 6th – May 4th May 13, 2009

Posted by Laura Schwartz in Arlington.

Did you wake up this morning to make your coffee and detect the faint smell of chlorine? I did, before I remembered today is the first day of the annual flush of the aqueduct system around the Washington Metro area. Local authories will be using chlorine to treat the water drawn from the Potomac River that serves Arlington County, Falls Church, and the parts of Fairfax County whose water is through the Falls Church system.

The flush begins today, April 6th, and will continue until May 4th.

For more details, please refer to the Washington Post article from March 31st.



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