How to Successfully Measure and Mitigate Turbidity

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How to Successfully Measure and Mitigate Turbidity

Turbidity is caused by high concentrations of particulate matter that affect the transparency of water, such as dirt, minerals, proteins, oils, or microorganisms like algae. While some water sources are naturally more turbid than others, turbidity levels can change over time. Stormwater or agricultural runoff, erosion, and more can cause source water to become more turbid. It’s important to not only find the most effective and dependable means of measuring turbidity, but also to discover what is the best treatment method to mitigate turbidity.

This article will clarify the essential aspects of turbidity, how it can affect human health, and how best to measure and mitigate it.

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