Table 717 Typical Mineral Increase From Domestic Water

Increment Range," Constituent mg/l

Anions

Bicarbonate (HCO3) 50-100

Carbonate (CO3) 0-10

Chloride (Cl) 20-50b

Nitrate (NO3) 20-40

Phosphate (PO4) 5-15

Sulfate (SO4) 15-30 Cations

Calcium (Ca) 6-16

Magnesium (Mg) 4-10

Potassium (K) 7-15

Sodium (Na) 40-70 Other constituents

Silica (SiO2) 2-10

Total alkalinity (as CaCO3) 60-120

TDS 150-380

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