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Dibromoacetic acid

Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District

Dibromoacetic acid, one of the group of five haloacetic acids regulated by federal standards, is formed when chlorine or other disinfectants are used to treat drinking water. Haloacetic acids and other disinfection byproducts increase the risk of cancer and may cause problems during pregnancy. Click here to read more about disinfection byproducts.

 

189

Samples

0

Samples exceeding legal limit (MCL)

10

Samples exceeding
health guidelines

Testing results - average by year

 
YearAverage resultSamples takenDetectionsRange of results
2012ND520ND
2013ND80ND
20140.219 ppb326ND - 1.33 ppb
20150.0316 ppb321ND - 1.01 ppb
20160.108 ppb323ND - 1.43 ppb
2017ND330ND

ppb = parts per billion

State and national drinking water standards and health guidelines

EWG Health Guideline 0.04 ppb

The EWG Health Guideline of 0.04 ppb for dibromoacetic acid was defined in a peer-reviewed scientific study by EWG and represents a on-in-a-million lifetime cancer risk level. This health guideline protects against cancer.

ppb = parts per billion

All test results

Date Result
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-01-09ND
2012-02-06ND
2012-02-06ND
2012-02-06ND
2012-02-06ND
2012-02-07ND
2012-02-07ND
2012-02-07ND
2012-02-07ND
2012-02-07ND
2012-02-07ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-03-05ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-04-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-07-09ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2012-10-15ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2013-10-07ND
2014-01-061.33 ppb
2014-01-06ND
2014-01-06ND
2014-01-06ND
2014-01-06ND
2014-01-061.16 ppb
2014-01-07ND
2014-01-07ND
2014-04-071.32 ppb
2014-04-07ND
2014-04-07ND
2014-04-07ND
2014-04-07ND
2014-04-071.17 ppb
2014-04-08ND
2014-04-08ND
2014-07-07ND
2014-07-07ND
2014-07-07ND
2014-07-071.000 ppb
2014-07-07ND
2014-07-071.03 ppb
2014-07-07ND
2014-07-07ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2014-10-06ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-01-05ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-06ND
2015-04-07ND
2015-07-061.01 ppb
2015-07-06ND
2015-07-06ND
2015-07-06ND
2015-07-06ND
2015-07-06ND
2015-07-06ND
2015-07-06ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2015-10-05ND
2016-01-04ND
2016-01-04ND
2016-01-04ND
2016-01-041.02 ppb
2016-01-041.43 ppb
2016-01-04ND
2016-01-04ND
2016-01-041.01 ppb
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-04-04ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-07-07ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2016-10-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-03ND
2017-01-18ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-04-03ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-07-05ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND
2017-10-02ND