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There are a few common reasons water may have a different taste or odor.
Rotten egg or sulfur
Fishy or earthy
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Fluoride is a naturally occurring compound in the environment and is present at very low levels in our source water. Fluoride is often added to drinking water to promote oral health. In 1967, there was a community-led referendum in Arvada to require the addition of fluoride to the City’s drinking water. We try to maintain the levels of fluoride at about 0.7 mg/L, the amount recommended by the EPA.
Please visit our PFAS Information page.