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Old 08-18-2013, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default Water report help

Hi, I've recently moved to PA (Westmoreland county) for a year and need help interpreting my local water report. I'm in the "Beaver run system."

I'm particularly confused about my sulfate and magnesium levels, as they don't seem to be included. Apart from testing, is there any way to figure these out?

I've tried to work up what I can understand of the water report in Braukaiser's calculator. Any help would be appreciated.

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