When routine monitoring indicates that disinfection byproduct levels are above the MCL, your water supplier must take steps to reduce the amount of disinfection byproducts so that they are below that level. Water suppliers must notify their customers as soon as practical, but no later than 30 days after the system learns of the violation. Additional actions, such as providing alternative drinking water supplies, may be required to prevent serious risks to public health.
3. How will I know if disinfection byproducts, like TTHMs, are in my drinking water?
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