Hi all I'm pleased to be a parr of this wonderful community of fish enthusiasts. Adter a long gap of surprising journey, I'm back in the saddle of fish keeping and kicking back all the instincts of aquariums, planted tanks and moreover the sheer collection of avid fish keepers and tank makers. Decided to start along with a goldfish only tank, though exotic goldfishes are still an alien thing to most of the aquarium people here. Here's the spec's. (3x1.5x2 ft) 65 gallons. Conditioners and binders: Seachem Prime Seachem Stability Canister Filter : SunSun 302b Bioballs with no sponge Ceramic Rings Matrix media 250ml (will order other 500ml anyway) Seachem Purigen in top chamber. Seperate coarse filter and poly floss are on the way too. Tap water used, though parameters are not identified. Water test kit might be here soon. The water looks like this cloudy green since the day I added water to tank. The substrate is new and gave a good rinse till a major amounts of soot and dust got washed away. Day two have passed, it still looks the same. Earlier i set up the tank and water turned out super clear, without Purigen. I placed Purigen knowing cycle would be slow but to see a clear tank working out quickly. Its heavy showers and downpours all the time showing early signs of monsoon kidkink in. But I dont think that's a reason why tap water is staying this green. Please help me establish a clear tank and introduce my Goldies. Thanks.