Type of Disinfectant in Drinking Water and Patterns of Mortality in Massachusetts
Chlorination has been the major strategy for disinfection of drinking water in the United States. Concern about the potential health effects of the reaction by-products of chlorine has prompted use of alternative strategies. One such method is chloramination, a treatment process that does not appear...
|Published in:||Environmental health perspectives : EHP, Vol. 69 (1986), p. 275-279|
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