1. Seasonal Variations of Natural Organic Matter (NOM), Residual Chlorine, and pH in Water Distribution Networks of Shiraz City

Zeynab Tabatabaei; Mohammad Ali Baghapour; Vafa Lotfi; Amin Samzadeh

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 291-297


  Background: Natural Organic Matters (NOMs) react in the presence of residual chlorine in distribution network pipes, producing such byproducts as Trihalomethanes which are carcinogenic and mutagenic. The present study was conducted to investigate the quality of drinking water in Shiraz. Methods: In this ...  Read More

2. Potentially Hazardous Trihalomethanes (THMs) Levels in Chlorinated Swimming Pools’ Water in Fars Province, Iran

Mohammadreza Heydari; Nader Parsa; Rahim Davani

Volume 1, Issue 2 , October 2013, , Pages 67-76

  Background: Trihalomethanes are toxic and dangerous substances that are formed in the presence of organic materials when water is chlorinated for disinfection. The Iranian National Standard, World Health Organization, European Union, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and International Agency for Research ...  Read More