The Greenville Utilities Commission says it's changing the disinfectant used in their water treatment process today for the next four weeks.
Greenville Utilities Commission normally adds chloramines to tap water. But they'll be switching to chlorine for the next month. Officials say the temporary switch is a standard water treatment practice to keep water mains free of bacteria.
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