This 1/31/2017 webinar sponsored by the U.S. EPA reviewed the history of distribution system chlorine monitoring siting, provided an overview the diversity in state regulations/guidance, and presents a case study demonstrating an evaluation of chlorine monitoring locations. This webinar also described how to develop a monitoring plan that is representative of the overall distribution system, collect samples to accurately characterize water quality, and understand interference and limitations of commonly used field methods.
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