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RE: [APD] Microwaving water for water changes a bad thing?
But some places have too much without adding any; they pick
it up from the soil, so they won't be adding more in those
places. In fact water providers will have to clean some of
I not sure if the EPA is going to require use of chloramine
where a germicide is needed or merely has set levels for
bacterial growth that most places will need to use
chloramine to meet.
--- "Wise, Nicholas" <Nicholas_Wise at lgeenergy.com> wrote:
> The reason chloroamine is added instead of chlorine is
> that chlorine is
> easily driven out by aeration. Chloramine is mush more
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: S. Hieber [mailto:shieber at yahoo_com]
> > Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 12:13 PM
> > To: Nick Ternes; aquatic plants digest
> > Subject: Re: [APD] Microwaving water for water changes
> a bad thing?
> > Someplaces naturally have high levels that require
> > chloramines not be added.
> > Scott H.
> > --- Nick Ternes <woodland_gardens at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > . . .
> > > I believe there was an EPA mandate for all municiple
> > > water to contain
> > > chloramine rather than chlorine, but I don't recall
> > > date that the
> > > mandate would take effect. I would look into getting
> a filter that
> > > removes chloramine.
> > >
> > > Nick Ternes
> > > Port Washington, WI
> > > WAKO
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