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1. What is the water source for the CCR are you using? What is the year of the report?2. Does your water source meet or exceed all state and federal standards? 3. What does THM and HAA stand for? (Look in the definitions section) 4. What are THM and HAA a by-product of?5. What regulated chemical is listed as a “water additive” and is intentionally added to the water?6. Are there any substances that are near or exceed the MCL or MRDL in your water source? List them.7. Has Cryptosporidium ever been detected in your water source? Out of all the pathogens that could be present, why is Cryptosporidium concerning and listed?8. Are there any pesticides or herbacides listed on your CCR and where would they have come from? What health effects can these chemicals have? (Look at the EPA National Drinking Water Regulations)9. What is the radioactivity level of a substance on the report? Is the source of this radioactivity from normal sources?10. Had you ever looked at a CCR before this class? What is the most interesting thing you have learned from looking at your CCR?

1. Review the information in the Major Air Pollutants table and the EPA’s Six Common Air Pollutants web site and answer the following questions: a. What are the most common sources of the major air pollutants? b. How does air pollution affect people and the environment? List at least two effects. c. Can air pollutants still harm you if you cannot see or smell them? d. How do you think you might be able to protect yourself from harmful air pollutants? e. Which pollutants are directly released into the air? f. Which pollutants are not usually directly released into the air?

EPA | NESCAUM | CIESE | Stevens Institute of Technology 2PART 2: AIR QUALITY 1. Visit the AIRNow web site. 2. Select the state and area where you live from “Local Forecasts and Conditions” at the top of the page to find the closest monitoring station and answer the following questions: a. Which major air pollutant at this time is considered the “Primary Pollutant”? b. What is the AQI color and what is the Cautionary Statement that goes with that color? c. How do you think you might be able to use the real time data to help protect yourself from harmful air pollutants?
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