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City of Flint Distribution System Monitoring Data (Expanded Data Set)
Public water systems sample for many different water quality indicators, also known as parameters, every day to help ensure the safety of your drinking water.
The four categories shown on the previous page (pH, Orthophosphate, Iron, and Chlorine) are main indicators of whether the City's corrosion control treatment is working properly. In 2017 EGLE set required ranges for pH and orthophosphate.
The expanded dataset shown below helps the City of Flint make decisions about the best way to treat the water. If more than one sample is collected per day at a particular location, the average or range of all daily samples may be shown.
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