Surface-Water Treatment Rule

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Surface-Water Treatment Rule?

Rule that specifies maximum contaminant level goals for Giardia lamblia, viruses, and Legionella and promulgates filtration and disinfection requirements for public water systems using surface-water or ground-water sources under the direct influence of surface water. The regulations also specify water quality, treatment, and watershed protection criteria under which filtration may be avoided.

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