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Roane Central Utility Board thought it was in noncompliance for a byproduct of disinfection of drinking water in the last quarter of 2016, but further review has shown it was not in violation.
Blaming it at first on an August sample, the total trihalomethanes was calculated at .082 milligrams per liter, which exceeds the maximum contaminant level of .080 milligrams per liter set for this parameter.
TDEC has noted they miscalculated, however.
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