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Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM)

Trihalomethanes (THMs) are commonly found outside the water system in any environment where chlorine interacts with organic compounds such as in swimming pools, hot tubs, and even chlorine bleach used for household cleaning and washing.

THMs in the water system are a byproduct of the water treatment process. They are formed when natural organic material, such as the decaying vegetation commonly found in lakes and reservoirs, reacts with chlorine used to treat the water. This reaction produces “disinfection by-products,” the most common of which are THMs. The KWSC conducts tests to monitor the levels of total THMs in treated water. The TCEQ also conducts quarterly tests.

Chlorine has...

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2016. Good News You Might Not Have Heard.

2016. Good News You Might Not Have Heard.

When you read the local paper or watch the nightly broadcast, sometimes it can seem that the only news is bad news. War and terrorism, crime and corruption, natural disasters and terrible accidents. Good news doesn’t seem to be reported as often. But there is a lot of good news out there. There are positive stories, hopeful stories, and they’re all around —in your town, in your neighborhood, and all across the globe.

Just take a look at a few of the stories from 2016 that you might have missed . . .

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