Chlorine level in Manchester tap water being brought back to normal
At that time, officials brought cholorine up to 2.5 parts per million of water. This week, they reduced it to 2.25 parts per million, and next week it will drop to 2 parts per million.
Water Works started using chloramine as a secondary disinfectant in 2006. It is added to tap water at a concentration of 2.5 parts per million.
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