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www.groundwater.org/get-informed/groundwater/nitrates.html

Nitrates are chemical compounds that can be found in drinking water supplies. ... The construction and location of drinking water wells often have the most to do with the amount of nitrates in your drinking water. ... This simple act of prevention can be invaluable to preventing nitrates from entering your drinking water.

www.cdc.gov/healthywater/drinking/private/wells/disease/nitrate.html

Jul 1, 2015 ... On this Page. What is nitrate? Where and how does nitrate get into drinking water ? How can I find out whether there is nitrate in my drinking water? How do I remove ... Sources of nitrate that can enter your well include fertilizers, septic systems, animal feedlots, industrial waste, and food processing waste.

www.epa.gov/privatewells/protect-your-homes-water

Apr 26, 2017 ... Testing wells to safeguard your water; Protect your water after a flood; Prevent water well pollution ... Test private water supplies annually for nitrate and coliform bacteria to detect contamination problems early. Test your well more ... Only use laboratories that are certified to do drinking water tests. To find a ...

extension.psu.edu/nitrates-in-drinking-water

Sep 15, 2017 ... What can you do to eliminate this contaminant from your water supply? ... Is it properly constructed with casing, grouting and a cover to prevent surface water from entering? ... Recognizing these facts about nitrates in your drinking water can help you make wise decisions about the quality of your water.

www.reopure.com/nitratinfo.html

Pollution of Water. ... These processes do not remove all the nitrate, but can help to bring the concentration down to the suggested level of 10mg/L. ... Although there are many sources of nitrogen (both natural and anthropogenic) that could potentially lead to the pollution of the groundwater with nitrates, the anthropogenic ...

water.usgs.gov/edu/nitrogen.html

Jan 17, 2017 ... If excess nitrogen is found in the crop fields, the drainage water can introduce it into streams like these, which will drain into other larger rivers and might end up in ... Some nitrate enters water from the atmosphere, which carries nitrogen- containing compounds derived from automobiles and other sources.

www.pca.state.mn.us/water/15-ways-reduce-nutrients-lakes-and-streams

Look for the package formula of nitrate-phosphorus-potassium, such as 22-0-15. The middle number, representing phosphorus, should be 0. Keep grass clippings in the lawn: When mowing the grass, avoid blowing grass clippings into the street , where they wash into storm sewers that drain to lakes and rivers. Keep leaves ...

www.bfhd.wa.gov/info/nitrate-nitrite.php

What to do if you have high nitrates in your drinking water: If your drinking water sample tested above the MCL for nitrates and you or someone else in your home is at risk of developing health problems due to high nitrates, it is recommended that you do not drink the water. Find a safe, alternative water supply until you ...

aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_m/M114/welcome.html

Nitrate (NO3) is the primary source of nitrogen (N) for plants, and occurs naturally in soil and water. It is an essential component of all living things. At natural levels, nitrate is not a concern, but when levels of nitrate in water get too high, they can pose a potential health risk to humans and livestock. Sources of excess nitrate ...