What is chloramine?

Chloramine is a long-lasting disinfectant added to public drinking water for disinfection. It is formed by combining chlorinated water with small amounts of ammonia. It is commonly used for disinfection in many public water systems throughout Texas, the United States, and countries around the world.

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1. Why is drinking water disinfected?
2. What are the drinking water disinfection requirements in Texas?
3. What is chloramine?
4. Why is my public water system using chloramine?
5. What are disinfection by-products?
6. Is chloramine safe?
7. What is a free chlorine conversion?
8. Why is my water system conducting a free chlorine conversion?
9. Are there any disadvantages to a free chlorine conversion?