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Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.

 

Tannin s are natural organic materials (humic and fulvic acids) formed primarily by the decomposition of plants. In surface waters (lakes, rivers) and shallow wells, tannin s dissolve in the water causing a light yellow to dark tea colour in the water. (Tea and wine have tannic acids and thus the dark colour). Tannin s also stain plumbing fixtures such as bath tubs and toilet sinks, just like iron does.

Tannin s are not considered a health risk, although most people would prefer not to drink water that has a yellow or tea colour to it. Tannin s also severely limit the performance of UV disinfection systems and must be removed if UV treatment is required.