Water Standards

Analysis Content and Drinking Water Quality Reference Guide



CRC Consulting This information is provided to help evaluate your drinking water analysis and determine if corrective action is necessary. It addresses parameters covered in most water analysis reports. Most water problems can be treated with proper water treatment equipment at a reasonable cost.
Maximum Concentration Level (MCL) is the maximum concentration acceptable in drinking water as determined by the EPA. Exceeding these levels may have adverse effects on health.

Click on a parameter listed below and compare to your water analysis report. We have included recommended treatments for each parameter that may show corrective action is necessary.

Microbiological Inorganics & Physical Factors Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs)
Metals Pesticides & Herbicides (PEST) Drinking Water Appliance Comparisons

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