Question about Plumbing
This is not related to the well tank. A bluish tint to the water is generally related to the PH and copper corrosion of plumbing. Electrolysis caused from degradation of dissimilar metals and softened water can cause this to occur also. It is rare for the PH of water to change drastically but the water chemistry can change, hardness, iron, H2S etc. I have seen Tannins in water impart a bluish tint also when they are present in very slight amounts. Have the water tested and check for any corrosion of plumbing in the home.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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