It is an intended mechanic that germs on surfaces exposed to radiation will rapidly die off. However, there is seemingly an oversight such that when piping germy water through a highly radioactive area, the germs remain in the water.
This is confusing in its inconsistency, and causes logistical issues (e.g. I do not have space or circuit load to vent water out into a tile and then pump it back into the pipe system just to kill the germs.)
Steps to Reproduce
Take germy water (e.g. from your lavatory system; it should have loads) and route its pipes through an area with high amounts of radiation, such as radbolt generator rooms. Monitor the germ count of the water inside the pipes.
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