The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set the maximum contaminant level of nitrates in drinking water at 10 mg/L. In some areas – especially near farms – contaminant levels may be higher than the EPA regulation, prompting the local water treatment plant to take action and send a notice to all residents using their water.
In this white paper, you will learn:
- What causes nitrates
- Some of the public health risks associated with elevated levels
- How to protect yourself
- Ways to reduce nitrate concentration in existing wells
- Ways to treat nitrates in drinking water
- Blue-baby syndrome
- Best practices for boil order notices & public health warnings
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