Owners of private domestic wells submit samples to analytic laboratories to determine whether their water supplies are safe to drink. Reports from such analyses present a wide range of information, some of which has human health implications, and some of which does not. We developed a Web site that corresponds with a commonly used suite of analyses that reports 27 chemical and physical characteristics of water samples. Our Web site helps to interpret the results by offering brief statements and clear graphics related to existing standards and guidelines after Web site visitors add information to a sequence of forms.
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Walker, M., & Moore, R. (2003). A Web Site for Interpreting Drinking Water Quality Analyses. The Journal of Extension, 41(1), Article 22. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol41/iss1/22