Engineering Performance Solutions Helps Drinking Water Utilities Lower Cancer Risks for Consumers

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Engineering Performance Solutions is currently working with drinking water utilities to help lower cancer risks in the water supply for consumers that they Environmental Protection Agency has identified.

Engineering Performance Solutions (EPS) is opening its doors to help drinking water utilities maintain important Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) health standards. According to EPA standards which are detailed on their website at, when chlorine is used as a disinfectant in water treatment, it reacts with the natural organic matter in the water to form harmful by-products. When consumed, these disinfection by-products (or DBPs) have been linked to increased risks for cancer. EPS offers full water quality evaluations to drinking water utilities that will analyze DBP content in water and provide a customized evaluation for proper mitigation.

With a sample of water, EPS will test for the DBP content as well as the DBP formation potential, in line with industry standard methods (ASTM 5710). In addition, the EPS lab is capable of simulating a full-scale water treatment plant with varying disinfection contact times and water quality levels. With this ability, a customized report is generated that provides a plan for DBP control and environmental regulatory compliance.

About the company:
Engineering Performance Solutions, LLC stands at the center of the essential relationship that exists between water utilities, consulting firms, and vendors. In providing their services to all three sectors they understand and appreciate the importance of each of these not only as individuals but as a team to ultimately supply customers with the highest quality of water possible.

Engineering Performance Solutions, LLC services include Powdered Activated Carbon Testing, Granular Activated Carbon Testing, Routine water analysis; for disinfection byproducts (Trihalomethane and Haloacetic acids), MIB/geosmin, Total Organic Carbon (TOC), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Pesticides and Herbicides.

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