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Sulfur - Hydrogen Sulfide

Sulfur in your water smells like rotten eggs. It leaves a white, brown, black, or gray slime in your pipes and fixtures. Too much sulfur in your drinking water can lead to diarrhea and dehydration. There are many ways to remove sulfur from water, and most operate on the principle of oxidizing the sulfur to change it from a gas to a solid or undissolved state.

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