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View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Water Meters

Any viable business must be able to determine how much product it is making and selling and if that product is profitable. Water is a business. And, the best way for a water utility to measure or...

http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/ndwc/articles/OT/SU04/TechBrief_Wate...
View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Water Quality in Distribution Systems

Water producers need to understand the sources of water quality degradation during the distribution process because, in addition to taste and odor problems that can occur, research also suggests that...

http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/ndwc/pdf/OT/TB/OT_TB%20_f02.pdf
View Resource Health-Based Screening Level (HBSL) Database

Data for 436 unregulated compounds analyzed by the USGS's National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program are in the Health-Based Screening Level (HBSL) database.

http://infotrek.er.usgs.gov/traverse/f?p=169:4:0::NO::P4_WHI...
View Resource Man-Made Chemicals Found in Drinking Water at Low Levels

Safe drinking water supplies are critical to maintaining and preserving public health. But how healthy is that resource? A recent USGS study found low levels of man-made chemicals in water entering...

http://www.usgs.gov/corecast/details.asp?ep=78
View Resource How Safe is Your Drinking Water?

Most community water suppliers deliver high quality drinking water to millions of people every day. Of the more than 55,000 Community Water Systems in the United States, only 4,769 or 8.6 percent...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_9.php
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