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Sugar Land switches to chlorine-only disinfected water on March 1

SUGAR LAND, Texas (KTRK) – City of Sugar Land officials say don’t worry if you notice a slight change in the taste and appearance of your tap water starting in March.

Our partners at Houston Chronicle reports that starting March 1, the city will begin using only chlorine to disinfect water.

Typically, the city uses a chlorine and ammonia mixture called chloramine to disinfect its surface water supply. According to the city, this will help improve the long-term quality of drinking water.

Despite the changes, Sugar Land officials said it was temporary and it was safe.

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Dais Johnston

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