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Wonders why home filter system works when CAUD's doesn't

Water, ice tastes great from refrigerator door, he writes.

Ralph Waggener writes:
On the subject of our water, I have a question. Why can my refrigerator water and ice filter take care of the bad taste and color and the filtering at the Taylor County filtering site not filter our water? Just wondering, - Ralph Roy Waggener
Thanks. Others are wondering the same. Assume by "Taylor County filtering site" you mean CAUD's Adair County Water Treatment plant located just over the line on Griffith Springs Road. According to those in Coburg getting water from a Taylor County System - don't know if it's Campbellsville or Green Taylor - their water does not have the seasonal bad taste. Their only complaint is that it occasionally tastes of too much chlorine.



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