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A year after county residents learned about high levels of contaminates in the water supply, a new water treatment process will be initiated that aims to deplete those contaminates.
The Lancaster County Water and Sewer District will change how it treats water at its Catawba River water plant starting in September. The treatment plant will replace free chlorine in its water with chemicals called chloramines.
The change is being made primarily because of Environmental Protection Agency regulations and is intended to improve the water disinfection process.
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