What is chloramine?
Chloramine is a disinfectant used to treat drinking water. It is formed by mixing chlorine with a small amount of ammonia. Chloramine has been used by water systems for almost 90 years and over 68 million Americans receive drinking water treated with chloramines.

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1. What is chloramine?
2. Why does West View Water use chloramine as a disinfectant?
3. How is my drinking water affected by chloramine?
4. Are there any precautions for using chloraminated water?
5. Is hexavalent chromium in drinking water harmful?
6. Why does my water sometimes have a cloudy appearance?