Can drinking water have a specific smell or taste, such as chlorine?

Drinking water should not have any specific smell or taste. In some countries, chlorination is used in the drinking water treatment. Depending on the chlorine dose used, people may smell or taste chlorine. If the concentration of chlorine in the drinking water does not exceed 0.2 mg / l, then in such cases such a minimum amount of chlorine is not felt. If, however, you feel the presence of a specific odour, report it to the housekeeper, as this situation is not the norm and must be prevented! If you do not receive a response from your operator, contact your local water supplier. 

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