Asked in Groundwater and Well Water
What is permissible value for hardness in well water for drinking purpose?
60 -100 ppm is the currently acceptable hardness level for drinking water in US and Canada. ...
Asked in Health, Nutrition, Drinking Water
What should be the TDS of pure and safe drinking water?
As I have read on Internet, European Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has prescribed a maximum limit of 500 mg/ltr. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
Does ozarka spring water has fluoride?
Yes it does. It comes from an municipal source AKA Tap water. It has been filtered to move TDS's but not using reverse osmosis leaving fluoride there. The TDS reading is around 25-30 which is much lower than most peoples tap water so its still better for you when it comes to TDS. The best drinking water and cheapest you can get is PRIMO water. Its TDS is around 5-10 and uses reverse osmosis in filtering removing fluoride. They have refill...
Asked in Drinking Water, Radium
What are acceptable levels of radium in drinking water?
Not radium is determined in the drinking water but the radioactive decay gaseous product radon; the maximal permitted concentration of radon is 4 ooo pCi/L. (pico Curies to liter) ...
Asked in Ecosystems
What is the difference between saline water and brackish water?
The main difference between the two terms is the salinity, presence of salts in water Saline water is more salty as compare to the brackish water. Brackish water has a TDS(Total Dissolves Solids) upto 10,000 ppm. while Saline water has a TDS more then 10,000 ppm. Sea water is more salty then Saline water and has a TDS of 35,000 ppm ore more ...