Distribution of average residential trihalomethane
(THM) exposure among subjects with THM estimates for [greater than or equal to] 70% of the exposure window (age 18 to 2 years before the interview) from reliable interviews.
 Disinfection solution from the electrolysis of salt to reduce biofilm formation of trihalomethanes
in the distribution network are reduced to  The subjects stated purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of water disinfection in comparison with chlorination by electrolysis of sodium chloride is a gas.
Wang et al., "Seasonal variations of chemical and physical characteristics of dissolved organic matter and trihalomethane
precursors in a reservoir: a case study," Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol.
The river water, which was also to be used as feedwater to a purified water generation system was in need of a more efficient system to remove color and other trihalomethane
precursors from the organic-rich river water, thereby enabling the treated product to be used as process water and feedwater in the plant.
Household exposures to drinking water disinfection by-products: whole blood trihalomethane
Public health interpretation of trihalomethane
blood levels in the United States: NHANES 1999-2004.
The wells will also be utilized in the summer months to reduce trihalomethane
(TTHMs) levels in the
Arhonditsis, "Multiple regression models: a methodology for evaluating trihalomethane
concentrations in drinking water from raw water characteristics, " Chemosphere, vol.
Clinton water was found to exceed the state's Maximum Contamination Level (MCL) for two byproducts of chlorination: trihalomethane
and haloacetic acids.
For example, lowering pH to control for trihalomethane
(THM) formation can result in the increased formation of trihaloacetic acids.
This is a common problem with groundwater treatment plants on the east coast of Florida that, until recently, had to comply with the 1979 Total Trihalomethane
Rule, which set the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes
(TTHM) at 100 [micro]g/L.
The bill mandates the Department of Health (DOH) to establish quality standards and definitions for mineral water and carbonated water to include limits for total dissolved solids, sulfate, sodium and trihalomethane
, a group of chemicals that include chloroform and structurally related compounds, used industrially as refrigerants and solvents content.