DSM Water Works has received multiple calls about a taste problem, CEO Ted Corrigan told Axios on Monday.
The state of play: The issue was detected early last week and treatment adjustments were made, which should make it fade in a few days, Corrigan added.
What's happening: The city's water comes from the Raccoon and Des Moines Rivers and its quality changes constantly.
- Treating for taste and odor in the water is challenging. Changes are made in the treatment process as issues are detected.
- "Turning river water into drinking water through this range of dynamic changes is both an art and a science," according to Corrigan.
Don't worry: The water is safe to drink and has met all state and federal regulations.
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