Nitrate and the U.S. EPA

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Source: NECi Superior Enzymes

The U.S. EPA initiated the Federal Water Pollution Control Act  in 1948 to regulate contaminants in surface waters - which later expanded in 1972 to form the Clean Water Act (CWA).

Nitrate is one of the primary contaminants regulated by the U.S. EPA under the CWA as well as the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). The maximum contaminant level set by the EPA for human consumption is 10.0 ppm Nitrate-N.

Since 1993, NECi Superior Enzymes has been promoting a safe and accurate enzymatic method for determining water nitrate levels for homeowners and regulated laboratories alike to ensure safe and clean water.

Learn more about the nitrate story here


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