Watching water quality

Posted by: Brendan Guiney on 28/02/2020
The BOM issued advice for significant rain over inland NSW in March due to moisture from the remnants of ex-tropical cyclone Esther. Local water utilities should be vigilant for spikes in turbidity and other water quality challenges.

Hunter H2O has put together a fact sheet addressing common water quality issues operators and managers should watch for, such as metal contaminants, dissolved oxygen, dissolved organic carbon, trihalomethanes (THM's) and other operational tips.

Local Water Utilities who have concerns about meeting drinking water quality requirements should contact their local Public Health Unit without delay to seek advice and additional support. 

 

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