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#225933 12-Dec-2017 08:22
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It looks as though the extra consumption that has come with the good weather may be stress testing the treatment works.

 

Rusty/muddy brown here.


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  #1917107 12-Dec-2017 08:26
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Where is here? No issues in Milford

 

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  #1917122 12-Dec-2017 08:43
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Looks like water to me, no problem here.


 
 
 
 


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  #1917125 12-Dec-2017 08:48
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Where are you OP? They had a shutdown overnight in Sunnynook - maybe some stuff got flushed through after they turned it back on?

 

https://www.watercare.co.nz/About-us/News-media/Current-water-outages-and-upcoming-shutdowns

 

 


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  #1917126 12-Dec-2017 08:50
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No problems with the water on my shore. But I'm pretty sure my shore is different to your shore.


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  #1917129 12-Dec-2017 08:53
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djtOtago:

 

No problems with the water on my shore. But I'm pretty sure my shore is different to your shore.

 

 

 

 

me also, for sure.

 

 


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  #1917168 12-Dec-2017 09:40
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There is only one true Shore team, And my water is crystal clear in Devonport. 


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  #1917170 12-Dec-2017 09:42
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Crystal clear, cheap and plenty of it in Nelson City (provided you aren't in the area supplied by Tasman).  Just bumped up the duration on the irrigation timers.





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  #1917188 12-Dec-2017 10:05
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trig42:

 

Where are you OP? They had a shutdown overnight in Sunnynook - maybe some stuff got flushed through after they turned it back on?

 

https://www.watercare.co.nz/About-us/News-media/Current-water-outages-and-upcoming-shutdowns

 

 

 

 

Bayview, so that could be the explanation.


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  #1917262 12-Dec-2017 11:09
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I'm in Bayview too and didn't notice any difference in the water this morning.


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  #1917264 12-Dec-2017 11:18
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Where is here? No issues in Milford

 

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Well, Milford does have a lot of water...it's a bit famous for people taking trips in it!






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  #1917265 12-Dec-2017 11:18
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Crystal clear, saved from the roof and filtered/UV treated as it comes into the house.






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  #1917291 12-Dec-2017 11:41
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I should check our tanks...





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  #1917304 12-Dec-2017 11:59
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Geektastic:

 

Crystal clear, saved from the roof and filtered/UV treated as it comes into the house.

 

 

Do you carbon after the UV or filter before?

 

My experience comes from fish-farming so I know how to make a system very killy for pathogens but not so sure about the human safety aspects like free bromate-ions from UV.





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  #1917309 12-Dec-2017 12:03
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No problems in Schnapper Rock, Albany. 


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  #1917375 12-Dec-2017 12:51

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trig42:


Where are you OP? They had a shutdown overnight in Sunnynook - maybe some stuff got flushed through after they turned it back on?


https://www.watercare.co.nz/About-us/News-media/Current-water-outages-and-upcoming-shutdowns


 



Bayview, so that could be the explanation.



Any roadworks in your area? Have seen cases where ground vibrations caused by the roadworks stirs up sediment in the pipes.





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