Water that is a milky colour or cloudy is often caused by fine air bubbles.

This can be caused by a change of water pressure which results in air getting into our water mains or pipes.  These air bubbles make water coming from the tap look cloudy.

There is nothing to be alarmed about.  The air bubbles disappear quickly. 

Fill a glass with water and allow it to stand for a couple of minutes.  If the air bubbles are dissolving upwards you have air in the water supply. 

Is it safe to drink?
Bubbles in the water do not affect its quality. It is still safe to drink.

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