Safe Drinking WaterCheck out this news story how one resident believes the chlorine levels in her drinking water are too high. A couple of items were left out of this story that was the level of chlorine in the drinking water and what were the level of nitrates?

The best way to be sure if your water is safe is to have it tested. Nitrates, chlorine and coliform testing are simple analysis that can tell you right away whether your water is safe to drink or not. Also, check out the Domestic Water Testing Package – W3. This package is very popular with private well owners and household consumers who have concerns about their drinking water.

The highest acceptable levels of nitrates are 10 mg/L or 10 ppm.

For chlorine the highest acceptable levels are 4 mg/L or 4ppm.

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