Fluoride removal hasn't generated complaints, city says
The Windsor Utilities Commission says there have been no complaints from the public since fluoride disappeared from Windsor's drinking water.
City council approved the removal earlier in the year.
"Most folks won't notice this," said John Stuart, who speaks for the utilities commission. "The fluoride didn't really impart any taste to the water, didn't impart any colour to the water. It was largely unnoticeable. The long-term effects we obviously will not see for another five, six, seven years."
Stuart says testing shows there's only negligible traces of fluoride still in the drinking water.
The equipment that dispersed the fluoride is being sold or thrown out.