Copper  in  Drinking Water

Copper is an essential mineral but too much of it can be harmful.

headaches and fever are only two of the several short-term health effects caused by drinking too much copper-contaminated water.

Copper pipes and acidic water can cause copper to leach into your drinking water.

Blue-green stains or metallic tasting water might indicate high copper levels. You can also get your water tested to learn more.

The good news, there are ways to remove copper from your drinking water, like reverse osmosis systems or distillation.

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