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Water has MWRA bubbling with joy

New process said to improve taste

Daquari Young, 10, of Dorchester, took a sip from a water fountain on Castle Island in South Boston yesterday and gave its taste high marks. 'It's fresh, like the air,' he said.
Daquari Young, 10, of Dorchester, took a sip from a water fountain on Castle Island in South Boston yesterday and gave its taste high marks. "It's fresh, like the air," he said. (Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez) Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez
By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / August 20, 2005

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It is flowing, 275 million gallons a day into our homes, and, boy, is it delicious, state officials say. (Full article: 879 words)

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