Comparison Between FDA Requirements for Bromide, Fluoride ...

Comparison Between FDA Requirements for Bromide, Fluoride ...

Comparison Between FDA Requirements for Bromide (Br), Fluoride (F), Nitrate-N (NO3) and Zinc (Zn) and Watt-Ahh Sample Results June 2010 10 9 8 7 6 mg/L 5 4 3 2 1 0 Watt-Ahh FDA Req. Br F NO3 Zn Watt-Ahh Water Quality Test Results from a Nationally-recognized Lab* Analysis ORP (mV) Bromide (mg/L) Chloride (mg/L) Fluoride (mg/L) Nitrate-N (mg/L) Nitrite-N (mg/L) Sulfate (mg/L) Aluminum (mg/L) Arsenic (mg/L) Barium (mg/L) Beryllium (mg/L) Cadmium (mg/L) Chromium (mg/L) Copper (mg/L) Iron (mg/L) Manganese (mg/L) Nickel (mg/L) Lead (mg/L) Antimony (mg/L) Selenium (mg/L) Thallium (mg/L) Zinc (mg/L) Silver (mg/L) FDA Req. Sample Result N/A

10 250 1.2 10 1 250 0.2 0.01 2 0.004 0.005 0.1 1 0.3 0.05 0.1 0.005 0.006 0.05 0.002 5 0.1 379 ND (<0.1 mg/L) ND (<0.1 mg/L) ND (<0.1 mg/L) ND (<0.1 mg/L) ND (<0.1 mg/L) ND (<0.1 mg/L) ND (<5.0 ug/L) ND (<0.5 ug/L) 0.000762 mg/L ND (<0.1 ug/L) ND (<1 ug/L) 0.000154 mg/L 0.000137 mg/L ND (<50 ug/L) 0.000565 mg/L ND (<0.1 ug/L) ND (<0.1 ug/L) 0.00045 mg/L ND (<0.5 ug/L) ND (<0.1 ug/L) 0.000556 mg/L ND (<2 ug/L) *The full report may be requested at [email protected] and shall not be reproduced, except in its entirety, without the written approval from the laboratory that performed these analyses. The analyses were conducted on samples of Watt-Ahh produced on February 17, 2010 and the date analyzed is approximately four months later, on or about June 22, 2010. ND means not detected. Micrograms (ug/ L) are sub-trace components which are 1,000th of a milligram (mg/L).

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