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Last updated on Saturday, January 12, 2008
(INDIANAPOLIS) - A different-tasting water will pour out of the spigots of Indianapolis kitchens.
On Monday, and for the next two weeks, Veolia Water is changing the chlorine it uses in order to disinfect the city's drinking water.
The company says it's routine maintenance, but customers may notice a temporary chlorine smell in H2O.
Veolia says the water will still be safe to drink.
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