Optimal Corrosion Control Treatment

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Optimal Corrosion Control Treatment?

An erosion control treatment that minimizes the lead and copper concentrations at users' taps while also ensuring that the treatment does not cause the water system to violate any national primary drinking water regulations.

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