• Chemistry
  • Published 1999

Evaluation of Dechlorinating Agents and Disposable Containers for Odor Testing of Drinking Water

@inproceedings{Worley1999EvaluationOD,
  title={Evaluation of Dechlorinating Agents and Disposable Containers for Odor Testing of Drinking Water},
  author={Jennifer L. Worley},
  year={1999}
}
In the drinking water field, utilities often need an efficient yet reliable way to detect odorous compounds. Because many utilities use chlorine to disinfect the water, chlorine odors often masks other more subtle odors that may eventually cause consumer complaints. Consequently, odor monitoring at the water treatment plant, where chlorine concentrations are at a peak, may not identify potential displeasing smells. Proper evaluation of these odor-causing substances requires that the chlorine… CONTINUE READING

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