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    cleaning using ‘hand vacuuming’ technique. It is the cheapest means of performing pool cleaning wherein a ‘vacuum’ is attached to the skimmer box in order to create suction and you have to manually push it around the clean the surface of the pool. This simple process requires just two hours to completely cleaning the pool and it should be done twice a week in order to keep the pool healthy and hygienic as well as neat and tidy. • Use of pool chemicals All kinds of swimming pools are likely to develop bacteria if they are not cleaned on regular intervals. The presence of dust leaves and other debris in the pool leads to the growth of the bacteria which poses a serious threat to the health of the people who uses such dirty pools. • Manual chlorination Add chlorine manually to the water using your hand. In order to do that, you will have to first test the pool water pH level and this will help you I determining how much amount of chlorine will be required to keep the water chlorinated. In order to keep the water chlorinated you have to perform pH test each day and add the chlorine to keep the pool water safe. • Salt Chlorinators Install a salt chlorinator in your pool and it will keep producing chlorine for the pool and it will keep the water safe. Salt chlorinator is basically used in the saltwater pools as it helps in converting the salt crystals into the chlorine gas. Chlorine gas is known to be soluble in water which in turn helps in making water chlorinated. Salt…

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    Abstract Water treatment methods were recorded as early as 4000 B.C. It was not till the early 20th century that chlorination was implemented to distributing water systems in the U.S. Today, chlorination remains the most widespread method of purifying drinking water. Chlorine has eliminated waterborne diseases like cholera, typhoid and dysentery. It also eliminates slime bacteria, molds and algae that grows in water supply reservoirs. Although, high concentrations of chlorine are toxic and…

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    Chlorine not only purifies water, it also prevents bacterial growth, nitrogenous contaminants and such from growing in water pipes and storage tanks. It also gets rid of odors, unpleasant taste and organisms known as nuisance organisms. Slime bacteria, iron and sulfate reducing bacteria give the water a very unpleasant look and smell. These bacteria do not cause disease but chlorination gets rid of these organisms. Not only is chlorine easy to use, it is also widely available and of low cost.…

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    significant public health advancement of the millennium” As consumers have started to gain an increased knowledge of the health effects of chlorination, greater requirements and expectations…

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    as part of your pool's filtration system. When properly installed, the chlorinator is the last thing your pool water passes through before being returned to the pool. Periodically, you will need to fill the chlorinator with chlorine tablets. You then set the dial on the chlorinator to between 1 and 3 ppm. The chlorinator regulates the amount of chlorine in your pool, adding chlorine from the tablets as needed. You simply need to make sure to keep the chlorinator stocked with tablets and it does…

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    In electrolytic chlorination (i.e., electrolysis), an electrical current is directly applied to seawater generating free chlorine, sodium hypochlorite and hydroxyl radicals. During the electrolytic chlorination process, a certain salinity level in ballast water is required or additional salt will need to be added. The hydroxyl radicals generated in seawater quickly form disinfection byproducts – like hypobromous acid, a highly effective biocide or germicide. (ABS, 2014) Disinfection removes or…

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    Research https://www.peelregion.ca/pw/water/tapwater/about/lakeview.htm Summary: Based on this website, there are 3 types of treatment that water undergo in order to purify itself. Firstly, is chlorination, chlorination and fluoridation and final distribution. This shows efficiently how water is treated in peel region. This is much important Wa 1. Chlorination involves the conventional method which involves four procedures, firstly, coagulation, flocculation, Sedimentation, dual media…

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    The Importance of Magnesium Magnesium is crucial to a person's health in numerous ways. First of all, it is necessary for a healthy heart. Calcium is responsible for the contraction of a heart beat, and magnesium is responsible for the heart relaxing. If a person becomes deficient in magnesium, their heart rhythm can become irregular, which can lead to a stroke. They can also experience high blood pressure that puts them at risk for a heart attack. Magnesium is also important for calming other…

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    Re: Water & Wastewater Maintenance Operator Position(s) Attention: Brian Lima, P.Eng. Director, Public Works & Engineering It is with great interest that I forward my resume for a permanent full time position as a Water & Wastewater Maintenance Operator with the Municipality of Middlesex Centre. I am a team oriented individual with the skills, ability and commitment to provide delivery of high-quality, reliable drinking water and safe, effective wastewater treatment as a direct result of…

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    Tap Water Vs Tap Water

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    water through the aging pipelines used to transport water. Overall, the writer shows that tap water doesn’t necessarily have to be safe or clean to drink and that there are chances of receiving contaminants from the aging pipes and the other medium of transportation. The purpose of this article is then to state that there is no safe option of drinking water and extra effort is required in order to completely filter your water cleanly. Region of Peel. (n.d.). Retrieved May 29, 2016, from…

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