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“A Glass Half Full”

A visit with Enos Inniss, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

By Tanya Sneddon
Published: - Topics: research pilot scale laboratory system water regulations

Disinfection By-products

Topics: disease water quality

In the United States, chemicals like chlorine are used to disinfect drinking water. While these chemicals are highly successful in killing waterborne diseases, some negative by-products are left behind in the water. “We are trying to find a balance between adding that disinfectant to our water and then having to deal with some of the other things that may happen as a result,” Inniss explains.