New Government Regulation Proposed, Is Your Equipment Ready?

Lead in Drinking Water

The existing guideline for lead, last updated in 1992, based its maximum acceptable concentration (MAC) of 0.01 mg/L (10 µg/L) on a provisional tolerable weekly intake of lead established by the World Health Organization (WHO) at a level that showed no increase in blood lead levels and thus no expected increase in health risks. This new document identifies reductions in IQ as the critical effect of lead, with a proposed MAC of 0.005 mg/L (5 µg/L) based on analytical achievability. It provides updated data and information related to exposure to lead in Canada, to analytical methods and to treatment approaches available at the municipal and residential scales. Based on these considerations, the document proposes a MAC of 0.005 mg/L for total lead in drinking water.

Government Regulation Document:

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Ammonium, Nitrate, and Chloride ISE Sensors Now Available for the Aqua TROLL 600 Multiparameter Sonde

Congratulations to In-Situ’s raffle winner at Americana

‘’Congratulations to In-Situ’s raffle winner at Americana, Mr Mark Sassen or Technorem, Laval. He won a 30 meter In-Situ model 200 level tape.’’

‘’Félicitations au gagnant du tirage au kiosque In-Situ d’Americana, M. Mark Sassen de Technorem à Laval. Il se mérite une sonde de niveau à ruban de 30 mètres, le modèle 200 d’In-Situ.’’

The Alberta Water Nexus Project

A new conversation about water

Water, food, and energy sustain life, environmental ecosystems, and the economy. However, as demands on theses resources continue to grow on a global scale, demands for these resources will also converge.