Total Organic Carbon

Total Organic Carbon (“TOC”)is a term used to describe the nonspecific measurement of organic (carbon-based) contaminants in a water system. Organics can come from a variety of sources, since "organics" are compounds such as sugar, sucrose, alcohol, petroleum, PVC cement, plastic based derivatives, etc. Total organic carbon reacts with chlorine and forms disinfection byproducts (DBP).... Continue Reading →

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