total chlorine

All Elementary Operation Water Drop Lessons in One PDF Document

All Elementary Operation Water Drop Lessons in One PDF Document

There are 8 tests to be run in this kit, teachers will demonstrate 2 different tests, and these tests are: Alkalinity and Sulphate. The students can do the other 6 tests with a minimal amount of help, these tests are: Ammonia, pH, Colour, Copper, Total Chlorine, and Total Hardness. 

All High School Operation Water Drop Lessons in One PDF Document

All High School Operation Water Drop Lessons in One PDF Document

To allow students to run tests on five different sources of water. Students are expected to collect three samples of water: Urban and Rural (includes Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities) treated waters, and a Raw Source Water. 

Testing the Water We Drink! (Elementary)

Testing the Water We Drink! (Elementary)

There are 8 tests to be run in this kit, teachers will demonstrate 2 different tests, and these tests are: Alkalinity and Sulphate. The students can do the other 6 tests with a minimal amount of help, these tests are: Ammonia, pH, Colour, Copper, Total Chlorine, and Total Hardness. 

Total Chlorine Analysis for Elementary Operation Water Drop

Total Chlorine Analysis for Elementary Operation Water Drop

To determine the total chlorine concentration in your local drinking water. Find two different locations (drinking water fountain, tap water from the gym etc.) and sample the water into cups provided, label the cups from where the water came before you sample.    

High School Operation Water Drop Data Sheet

High School Operation Water Drop Data Sheet

Students enter their test results for the five water samples. Students enter their results for alkalinity, ammonia, arsenic, colour analysis, copper, iron, manganese, nitrate, pH, sulphate, total chlorine and total hardness.

Total Chlorine for High School Operation Water Drop

Total Chlorine for High School Operation Water Drop

Studies have shown that when total chlorine levels drop below recommendations, several water quality problems can occur. With regard to public health, bacteria and selected viruses, called bacteriophages, are able to multiply in water that is not properly disinfected and, depending on the species, could potentially cause waterborne illnesses