Rather than make the hotly debated “water” thread even longer and more meandering…I’ve decided to make a new post specifically about Minneapolis Tap Water.
Wondering if anyone has any observations about the folliwing info…pulled straight from the most recent Minneapolis Water Quality Report:
Haloacetic Acids: 22.63ppb
Nitrate as Nitrogen: .36ppm
Total Trihalomethanes: 28.28ppb
Turbidity: .33NTU (highest single measurement)
Chlorine: 3.32ppm (highest quarterly average)
Copper: 90% of samples <.07ppm
Lead: 90% of samples < 2ppb
I see that most of the chatter on water revolves around sulfate and chlorine. Are these levels here significant? How so?
My inclination is DWHAHB, but wondering if these figures stand out to anyone.
I am a noob and doing only extract at this stage.