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Iron and manganese are two similar elements that can be a nuisance in a drinking water supply. Iron is more common than manganese, but they often occur together. They are not hazardous to health. This six-page document explains how Iron and manganese get into water supplies as well as identification and treatment procedures. Thumbnail for Drinking Water Problems: Iron and Manganese/Problemas del agua potable: El hierro y el manganeso<BR>(L-5451/L-5451S)<BR>(PDF File)

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By Mark L. McFarland, Monty C. Dozier
Submitting Institution(s): Texas Cooperative Extension
Language(s): English and Spanish Versions Available
Released: 01/04 (New)
Review Level: 2

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