City Water Customer May Notice “Earthy” Tones in Water
Corpus Christi Water is Safe to Drink
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Water Utilities staff has addressed calls received from water customers in the Annaville and Calallen area regarding an earthy taste and smell to their city drinking water. This is a result from increasing the water feed from the Colorado River through the Mary Rhodes Pipeline last week.
After being treated at the O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant (ONSWTP), this water arrived in customers’ homes yesterday. The Colorado River water is safe to drink, as is the water coming out of the City’s O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant.
Water Utilities staff has taken immediate action decreasing the feed to the Mary Rhodes Pipeline from the Colorado River and using more supply from Lake Texana.
Residents should see their water back to normal within a few days.
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