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Hey Christchurch East,
Residents on the east of the city have noticed more chlorine in their drinking water of late, saying the taste and smell has been much worse than usual.
Prestons subdivision resident Paula Ward said she noticed strong smells and taste of chlorine in her water about two weeks ago. It was "stifling", she said.
Parklands resident Roger Smith said he and his wife both noticed a stronger taste and particular smell of chlorine in their domestic water over the past week.
Christchurch City Council was doing maintenance work at the pump station in Marshland, acting head of three waters and waste Adam Twose said.
This meant the water people received would come from pump stations that were being chlorinated, he said.
"If you live in or around Marshland, you may be able to taste or smell chlorine in your water – this is normal and safe."
The work is expected to be done by the end of October 2020.
Hi all can anyone recommend a good place maybe open saturdays reasonable price to get WOF these days.
Do you like card games, We have a table at the Bishopdale Library
1pm-3pm Thurdays, Tuition and cards supplied, Just come along,
Phone 0275493828 for more information.