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Can use the condensation water I collect from my air conditioner

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Can use the condensation water I collect from my air conditioner units at my haouse to water plants
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Martin replied 7 years ago.
HelloCustomer welcome to Just Answer.

Absolutely. There is no toxic chemical induced in that water from the condensation process. The water is already at the room temperature (always good).
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

I had someone from a local AC company tell me I shouldn't because of the copper lines it comes in touch with???

I was just making sure .


Expert:  Martin replied 7 years ago.
Copper indeed have a toxicity element (that is why it's not recommended to cook in copper, but this is for high concentration or when in contact with acid. It is needed in small amount for plant and animal.

I don't know why he told you that as 90% of the world probably still drink water coming from copper pipes.
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