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A general framework for corrosion control based on utility experience /
Comparison of methods for determination of dissolved inorganic carbon /
Copper in drinking water
Effect of changing disinfectants on distribution system lead and copper release : part 1-literature review /
Effect of changing disinfectants on distribution system lead and copper release : part 2-research results /
Effect of nitrification on corrosion in the distribution system /
Effect of pH, DIC, orthophosphate, and sulfate on drinking water cuprosolvency
Environmental Protection Agency : 40 CFR parts 9, 141, and 142 : National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for Lead and Copper : final report.
Fact sheet / revisions to the regulations controlling lead in drinking water.
Fact sheet : lead and copper rule proposed minor revisions.
Federal Register/Vol. 69, No. 124 Tuesday June 29, 2004/Rules and Regulations
Is NSF 61 relevant for chloraminating utilities? /
Lead and copper initial monitoring guidance for public water systems.
Lead and copper monitoring guidance for water systems serving 3,301 to 10,000 persons.
Lead and copper monitoring guidance for water systems serving 501 to 3,300 persons.
Lead and copper rule : 2007 short-term regulatory revisions and clarifications state implementation guidance.
Lead and copper rule : a quick reference guide for schools and child care facilities that are regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act /
Lead and copper rule : a quick reference guide.
Lead and copper rule : public education & consumer notification requirements for non-transient non-community water systems.
Lead and copper rule : public education & other public information requirements for community water systems.
Lead and copper rule minor revisions : new data, new regulatory options.
Proposed regulations for lead in drinking water : summary.
Seminar publication : control of lead and copper in drinking water.
Water distribution system monitoring : a practical approach for evaluating drinking water quality /
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