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  1. Chlorine

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1513

    GENERAL INFORMATION The gaseous or liquid form of chlorine (CL2) is a water additive used by municipal water systems to control microbes. It is relatively inexpensive and has the lowest production and operating costs and longest history for large continuo ...

  2. Beryllium

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1509

    GENERAL INFORMATION Beryllium naturally enters surface water and ground water through the weathering of rocks and soils or from industrial wastewater discharges. The major source of environmental releases from human activities are coal and fuel oil combus ...

  3. Bromide

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1511

    GENERAL INFORMATION Bromide and chloride are both used as tracers to study water and solute transport through soils. They do not adsorb to negatively charged soil minerals, which allows them to move as fast as water through the soil. The main difference b ...

  4. Bromate

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1510

    GENERAL INFORMATION Bromate is formed when ozone used to disinfect drinking water reacts with naturally occurring bromide found in source water. Bromate formation in disinfected drinking water is influenced by factors such as bromide ion concentration, pH ...

  5. EPN's 2nd Tuesdays Breakfast Club

    https://senr.osu.edu/about-us/events/epns-2nd-tuesdays-breakfast-club-5

    This 1st Tuesday Breakfast will host a discussion by directors from ODA, ODNR and OEPA on solving nutrient issues. ...

  6. Autumn 2013 SENR Seminar Series

    https://senr.osu.edu/about-us/events/autumn-2013-senr-seminar-series-3

    The SENR Seminar Series welcomes Dr. Kerry Ard, Assistant Professor, OSU School of Environment and Natural Resources. ...

  7. Barium

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1508

    GENERAL INFORMATION Barium is a lustrous, machinable metal which exists in nature only in ores containing mixtures of elements. The major sources of barium in drinking water are discharge of drilling wastes; discharge from metal refineries; and erosion of ...

  8. Antimony

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1506

    GENERAL INFORMATION Antimony is found naturally in the environment. The general public is exposed to low levels of it every day, primarily in food, drinking water, and air. It may be found in in the air near industries that process or release it, such as ...

  9. Aluminum

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1505

    GENERAL INFORMATION Virtually all food, water, air, and soil contain some aluminum. Since aluminum is so common and widespread in the environment, exposure cannot be avoided. Drinking water is not usually a significant source of aluminum exposure. HEALTH ...

  10. Total Suspended Solids

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1495

    mg/L ppm Field parameter ACTION IS OPTIONAL There is no enforceable health-based standard for Total Suspended Solids. Particles suspended by turbulent flow WEBSITE RESOURCES Ohio Department of Health- Private Water Systems Program- Water Quality ...

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