Metal leaching in drinking water domestic distribution system: an Italian case study.

@article{Sorlini2014MetalLI,
  title={Metal leaching in drinking water domestic distribution system: an Italian case study.},
  author={Sabrina Sorlini and Francesca Gialdini and Carlo Collivignarelli},
  journal={International journal of environmental health research},
  year={2014},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={497-514}
}
The objective of this study was to evaluate metal contamination of tap water in seven public buildings in Brescia (Italy). Two monitoring periods were performed using three different sampling methods (overnight stagnation, 30-min stagnation, and random daytime). The results show that the water parameters exceeding the international standards (Directive 98/83/EC) at the tap were lead (max = 363 μg/L), nickel (max = 184 μg/L), zinc (max = 4900 μg/L), and iron (max = 393 μg/L). Compared to the… CONTINUE READING

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The results show that the water parameters exceeding the international standards ( Directive 98/83/EC ) at the tap were lead ( max = 363 μg / L ) , nickel ( max = 184 μg / L ) , zinc ( max = 4900 μg / L ) , and iron ( max = 393 μg / L ) .
The results show that the water parameters exceeding the international standards ( Directive 98/83/EC ) at the tap were lead ( max = 363 μg / L ) , nickel ( max = 184 μg / L ) , zinc ( max = 4900 μg / L ) , and iron ( max = 393 μg / L ) .
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