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2. State public water supply regulations: Review state requirements for monitoring and reporting the concentration of inorganic chemicals in drinking water. OTHER ASSIGNMENTS 31 32 WSO: Water Quality Student Workbook CLASS NOTES 1. Inorganic compound: 2. Carbon dioxide: 3. Chlorine residual and demand: 4. Dissolved oxygen: 5. Fluoride: 6. Iron: 7. Manganese: 8. pH: Chapter 6: Inorganic Chemicals 33 REVIEW QUESTIONS 1. What is the definition of an inorganic chemical, substance, compound, or contaminant?
Your water supply has an iron concentration slightly below the secondary MCL, but it has not been a problem until lately. There have recently been increasing numbers of customer complaints about rusty water. • First, develop a list of possible reasons for the sudden increase in customer complaints. • Second, list the alternative methods of dealing with the problem for each possible reason. • Third, set up a monitoring plan that will identify the cause or causes of the problem. Your water utility is considering beginning fluoridation.
4. What are four approved methods for the analysis of drinking water for the presence of coliform and how are they conducted? • • • • 5. What indicates a positive response in a fermentation tube? 22 WSO: Water Quality Student Workbook 6. What indicates a positive total coliform response in the MMO-MUG technique? 7. What indicates a positive test result when the membrane filter technique is used? 8. What does the heterotrophic plate count indicate? How are the results used? 9. What is the purpose of repeat sampling if the analysis of an initial sample is positive?