Recent Changes for "2004 Water Quality Report" - Davis Wikihttp://daviswiki.org/2004_Water_Quality_ReportRecent Changes of the page "2004 Water Quality Report" on Davis Wiki.en-us 2004 Water Quality Reporthttp://daviswiki.org/2004_Water_Quality_Report2005-05-17 15:00:35JasonAller <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for 2004 Water Quality Report<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 1: </td> <td> Line 1: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ This was the ["Annual Water Quality Reports" Annual Water Quality Report] for 2004.<br> + <br> + ||Substance (units)|| MCL || Weighted Average || Range Low-High || Violation ||<br> + ||Arsenic (ppb) || 50 || 4.6 || ND -- 11|| No ||<br> + ||Barium (ppm || 1 || ND || ND -- 0.22 || No ||<br> + ||Chromium (ppb) || 50 || 17 || 2 -- 50 || No ||<br> + ||Flouride (ppm) || 2 || 0.20 || ND -- 0.4 || No ||<br> + ||Gross Alpha (pCi/L) || 15 || 2.9 || 0.49 -- 7.08 || No ||<br> + ||Gross Beta (pCi/L) || 50 || 1.8 || ND -- 4.15 || No ||<br> + ||Nickle (ppb) || 100 || ND || ND -- 10 || No ||<br> + ||Nitrate (ppm) || 45 || 14 || 2 -- 54 || No ||<br> + ||Selenium (ppb) || 50 || 8.6 || ND -- 36 || No ||<br> + ||Total Coliforms (%+) || 5% || 1.3 || NA || No ||<br> + ||Trichloroethylene [TCE] (ppb) || 5 || &lt;0.50 || ND -- 0.64 || No ||<br> + ||Total Trihalomethanes (ppb) || 80 || &lt;4.1 || ND -- 4.1 || No ||<br> + ||Copper (ppb) (2003 test) || || || || No ||<br> + ||Lead (ppb) (2003 test) || || || || No ||<br> + ||Choloride (ppm) || 500 || 56 || 13 -- 190 || No ||<br> + ||Iron (ppb) || 300 || ND || ND -- 760 || No ||<br> + ||Manganese (ppb) || 50 || 19 || ND -- 100 || No ||<br> + ||Specific Conductance (umhos/cm) || 1,600 || 907 || 480 -- 1,600 || No ||<br> + ||Sulfate (ppm) || 500 || 77 || 23 --290 || No ||<br> + ||Total Dissolved Solids [TDS] (ppm) || 1,000 || 554 || 290 -- 1,000 || No ||<br> + ||Turbidity (NTU) || 5 || ND || ND -- 5.3 || No ||<br> + <br> + * ND -- Non-Detect. This is good as it means that the constituent could not be detected at all.<br> + * ppm -- parts per million. Roughly the same as 1 inch in 16 miles. ( or for the frat boys: 1 drop vermouth/ 80 fifths gin)<br> + * ppb -- parts per billion. The same as having one bad penny in $10 million dollars.</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div>