To help determine the quality of water in an area, it is important to sample the water on a pollution level.

One of the consequences of industrialization is the pollution of water, which impacts the quality of life throughout society.

Water quality is important to industrial areas because it affects the production and efficiency of companies.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Standards for Potable Water provides a guideline for what constitutes acceptable water quality levels in these areas.

The EPA recently released results from its most recent sampling of industrial area water on a pollution level.

Total coliform is a measure of bacterial contamination and can indicate fecal contamination.

coliform bacteria can cause intestinal issues such as diarrhea and vomiting, as well as other problems such as pneumonia and skin infections.

In terms of metals,Lead is a toxic metal that can contribute to developmental problems in children and nerve damage in adults.

When sampling industrial area water, it's important to consider both the pollution level and the size of the sample.

Factors such as weather conditions and local soil and groundwater composition can influence which pollutants are released into waterways.