Last updated on Oct. 25, 2017
Reports and documents have a lot of numbers and technical terms in them. Below are some of reports and documents with helpful tips on how to read and interpret the data correctly.
When reviewing sample results, the concentration of contaminants are typically expressed in parts per million or parts per billion. Below are illustrations to help visualize what those concentrations actually look like.
- Public Drinking Water Results
- Application for Discharge Permit Form D Table II (page 4)--This is part of the application the city of Camdenton submits to the Water Protection Program when applying for renewal of their wastewater discharge permit. They are to report any pollutants that may discharge to waters of the state. The renewed permit's factsheet indicates that the TCE concentrations discharged at Outfall 001 have been less than or equal to 77 µg/L (parts per billion) at the time of renewal. The monthly average permit limitation for the discharge of TCE is 80 µg/L (parts per billion).
- Phase 1 Sitewide Soil Vapor Investigation Results
- Understanding Sample Test Results (posted 10/25/17)
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