Is chloramine disinfection new?

No. Chloramine disinfection has been used in Florida for over 20 years and EPA reports that utilities have used chloramines for over 90 years. In Florida, chloramines are used by at least 30 water utilities including the cities of Tampa, Ft. Myers and the Miami-Dade area. Major U.S. cities such as Denver and Minneapolis have been using chloramines since the 1940s.

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1. Chloramines: What’s new?
2. What you need to know if you use dialysis?
3. Why do kidney dialysis patients have to take special precautions?
4. What you need to know if you have an aquarium?
5. How do chloramines affect fish?
6. Is chloramine disinfection new?
7. Are chloramines safe?
8. What will my water smell or taste like with chloramines?
9. Will there be any noticeable difference in my water?
10. Can children and pregnant women drink chloraminated water?
11. Is it safe to wash an open wound with chloraminated water?
12. Will chloramines affect swimming pools?