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We're upset about water that has dirt in it that we're expected to drink," Owen Cavanaugh said. Cavanaugh, his neighbors and homeowners from more than 50 local neighborhoods — many are on Aqua North Carolina's Bayleaf well system, which serves the area between Interstate and Falls Lake — have taken to the social media website Nextdoor to vent their frustrations.

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Aqua North Carolina, which provides water to more than a quarter million people in 52 counties statewide, blames the problem on high levels of naturally occurring iron and manganese in well water. State records show neighborhoods on the Bayleaf system have been plagued for years.

For example, iron levels in the Carlyle Manor neighborhood are double the recommended level, while manganese levels are three times higher. Environmental Protection Agency classifies both metals as "secondary" standards and doesn't punish water systems for violating the recommended levels. Cavanaugh said Aqua is taking advantage of those rules, saying the general response he and others get to complaints is, "The EPA levels say X, and we believe they are below those levels, and we only have to provide water that will not kill you.

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Safe to drink doesn't mean your kids are happy to get into brown water to take a shower. The state Department of Environmental Quality has issued Aqua various Notices of Deficiency based on complaints about brown water from "poor quality wells," said Allen Hardy, Public Water Supply Section supervisor for the agency.

No fines have been issued, however, he said.

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