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Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Source Water of Nine Community Water Systems That Withdraw from Streams, 2002-05
Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Source Water of

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By James A. Kingsbury (au); Gregory C. Delzer (au); Jessica A. Hopple (au); Matthew C. Larsen (fr)
Year: 2008
Pages: 66
Binding Paperback
ISBN 9.78E+12

Product Code: 1437916090

Source water, herein defined as stream water collected at a water-system intake prior to water treatment, was sampled at nine community water systems, ranging in size from a system serving about 3,000 people to one that serves about 2 million people. As many as 17 source-water samples were collected at each site over about a 12-month period between 2002 and 2004 for analysis of 258 anthropogenic organic compounds. Most of these compounds are unregulated in drinking water, and the compounds analyzed include pesticides and selected pesticide degradates, gasoline hydrocarbons, personal-care and domestic-use compounds, and solvents. About one-half (134) of the compounds were detected at least once in source-water samples.

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