Chlorination is a way to disinfect water but it has its own problems at times. Category addresses the pros and cons of this method.
Drinking Water and Health, Volume 2
A 1980 National Research Council report discussing problems with the disinfection of water for drinking. Chlorination can result in the formation of trihalomethanes (THM's) and other halogenated hydrocarbons.
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