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  1. Chlorobenzene

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1579

    processing. The major source of chlorobenzene in drinking water is discharge from chemical and agricultural ... the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for many years could experience problems with their liver or ... detected in your water sample to exceed the maximum contaminant level (MCL). ACTION IS OPTIONAL ...

  2. Aluminum

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1505

    GENERAL INFORMATION Virtually all food, water, air, and soil contain some aluminum. Since aluminum ... Aluminum levels were detected in your water sample to exceed the secondary maximum contaminant level ... secondary maximum contaminant level (SMCL). < 200 Erosion of earth materials TREATMENT OPTIONS If levels ...

  3. A Functional Assessment of Stream Restoration in Ohio

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/resources/stream-systems/functional-assessment-stream-restoration-ohio

    of Soil and Water Resources. Dan and his colleague Laura Fay recently released a technical report, ...

  4. o-Dichlorobenzene

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1580

    odor. The greatest use of o-dichlorobenzene is as a chemical intermediate for making agricultural ... maximum contaminant level (MCL) for many years could experience problems with their liver, kidneys, or ... ortho-Dichlorobenzene levels were detected in your water sample to exceed the maximum contaminant level (MCL). ACTION IS ...

  5. Evaluating the Performance of Stream Restoration Projects in Ohio

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/resources/stream-systems/evaluating-performance-stream-restoration-projects-ohio

    study site locations at the ODNR Division of Soil and Water Resources website: ...

  6. 2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid)

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1546

    control of broad-leaf weeds in agriculture, and for control of woody plants along roadsides, railways, and ... water sample to exceed the maximum contaminant level (MCL). ACTION IS OPTIONAL 2,4-D levels were ... detected in your water sample but do not exceed the maximum contaminant level. detection suggest human ...

  7. Streamside Landowner Guides

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/resources/watershed-management/streamside-landowner-guides

    conducted with 24 streamside landowners in two urbanizing watersheds in central Ohio. The purpose of this ... while streaside landowners had a clear understanding of what can damage streams in urban areas (e.g., ... agricultural. Under each type we list a series of objectives that these particular streamside landowners stated ...

  8. Uranium

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1544

    (under oxidizing conditions). Most uranium is naturally occurring, although contamination of drinking ... water sources from human-made nuclear materials can also occur. Most radioactive contaminants are at ... drink water containing uranium in excess of the MCL over many years may have an increased risk of ...

  9. Natural Channel Designs for Drainage Ditches

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/resources/human-dimensions/mental-models/natural-drainage-management

    more information on agricultural draining and two-stage ditches on Ohio State University?s Natural ... Channel Design site and Ohioline- Agricultural Drainage site. Ohio State University Extension?s Ohio ...

  10. Iron

    https://ohiowatersheds.osu.edu/node/1519

    of the large amount of iron present in the soil, sediment, and bedrock. It is also found in water ... contaminant. HEALTH EFFECTS Iron is not hazardous in drinking water. Iron bacteria, that may be associated with ... to exceed the secondary maximum contaminant level (SMCL). ACTION IS OPTIONAL Iron levels were ...

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