Levels of trihalomethanes in Columbia’s drinking water in May again violated the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards. The result from the city’s latest sample found trihalomethanes at 101 parts per billion, said Barry Kirchhoff, superintendent of the Columbia Water Treatment Plant.
Columbia searching for answers to high trihalomethanes in water
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