Tap water

NYC Officials say the city’s drinking water is still safe, but it may taste weird while repairs to the Catskill Aqueduct are ongoing.
'I noticed it tasted a little bit like dirt and a little metallic, almost like a penny.'
"It's a preliminary caution," mayor Ras Baraka said. "It's not going to hurt anybody to give out the water."
'It smells and tastes like mold,” said one resident of Peter Cooper Village. 'Every once and a while your water has a bleach sort of smell to it, or if you’re used to hard water it’s like a metallic taste, but it’s not like that at all. It’s really very much like mold.'
You can grab the water dish at any of the Department of Environmental Protection's Water on the Go pop ups.
New York City's tap water is better than anyone else's in the downstate area. Duh.
Don't worry, the stuff coming out of New York's faucets is still the champagne of tap waters.
The longtime DEP regulation that nobody knew about was repealed by Bloomberg just before he left office.
In NYC, we're lucky to have some of the greatest tap water in the entire world, but some people insist on buying bottled water from stands. And they're getting ripped off in the process.
An East Village "water cafe" called Molecule is now open for business, selling filtered tap water to H20 connoisseurs.
The tap water in a section of Bushwick near the border of Queens is coming out filthy and stinking, as you can see from these disgusting photos and video.
To persuade people that they don't need to buy bottled water a group is hosting water taste tests outside of the much-maligned Nestle Pure Life Mercado del Agua in the Bronx.
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