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Discolored water will lead to MI State's first treatment plant (

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Discolored, metallic-tasting water will lead to Michigan State's first treatment plant (

EAST LANSING — Water flowing from Michigan State University’s faucets and fountains drew countless complaints from students over the years, from the occasional reddish hues to an intermittent metallic taste. MSU officials say the water is safe to drink and assure students it is tested regularly to ensure it meets state and federal water quality requirements. But the well water supply naturally contains minerals and sediments that can lead to an unattractive color and taste. That’s where a new, $21 million water system filtration plant and storage tower comes in. Read more.

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