Iron and manganese are non-hazardous elements that can be a nuisance in a water supply. They are chemically similar and cause similar problems. Iron is the most frequent of the two contaminants in water supplies. Iron-bearing water typically has Manganese. Iron and manganese can stain laundry, plates, and fixtures. Moreover, the earth’s crust has Iron and Manganese as common metallic elements.
Water percolating through soil and rock can dissolve minerals containing iron and manganese and hold them in solution. Occasionally, iron pipes also may be a source of iron in the water.
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