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Research Project on Contamination of Hexavalent Chromium in Drinking Water at Pittcon 2013

This video provides an overview on hexavalent chromium, an inorganic contaminant that has recently gained significant attention from the drinking water community at Pittcon 2013.

The USEPA is carrying out a toxicological review on the health effects of ingesting hexavalent chromium in order to determine if a new maximum contaminant level (MCL) should be established for this contaminant.

This project is exploring the impact of chromium concentration, sulfate pH, total organic carbon, and other parameters for removing hexavalent chromium.

Run Time – 35:50min

Pittcon 2013 - Water Quality and Environmental Issues - Abstract 5

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