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Dr. Henry Boyter, Jr.

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Chemistry (non-biochemistry), environmental science, occupational health and safety, environmental regulation and management, environmental engineering, and wastewater engineering. I'm the Director of Environmental, Health, and Safety and the Director of Research at the Institute of Textile Technology.

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Chemistry (non-biochemistry), environmental science, occupational health and safety, environmental regulation and management, environmental engineering, and wastewater engineering. I'm the Director of Environmental, Health, and Safety and the Director of Research at the Institute of Textile Technology.

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2011-09-03 % to parts per million:

Let's do it the hard way first where you don't have to remember the conversion.  First remember ppm is mg/kg.    1.79% = 1.79g / 100g = 0.0179g/g    Now lets convert the numerator to mg    0.0179g/g X

2009-08-04 Well Water Test Results:

The problem is that you will only know through experience.  One single sample will not give a clear picture of the values during high and low water tale levels.  You will just have to watch it.  Those

2009-06-19 e.coli in water sample:

You don't mention if you have a holding tank or not, so here are the general procedures normally used.  Double check with the public health people on using chlorine.    http://wellwater.oregonstate.edu/chlorine-formulas

2008-08-31 1,4 Dioxane contamination:

You don't give your location, so I will assume USA.    1. If your state EPA is not involved, get them involved and find the contact person.  Contact them and contact them on a monthly basis for an update

2008-01-26 Water Purification:

The answer can be found on their website.    *****************************    Q: Why can't I just use common household "bleach" to store my drinking water?    A: Common household bleach is an industrial-grade

 

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