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USE OF COPPER SULPHATE DISCUSSED BY WATER WORKS MEN

Issue 13 and Volume 75.

USE OF COPPER SULPHATE DISCUSSED BY WATER WORKS MEN New York Section, A. W. W. A., Hears Paper on Its Use in Reservoirs and Talks It Over—The Next Meeting to Be Up-state A LIVELY discussion on the subject of the use of copper sulphate and liquid chlorine for the elimination of tastes and odors in water supply, signalized the last meeting of the year in New York City, of the New York Section of the American Water Works Association. The meeting, held at the New York Athletic Club, 59 West 59th Street, on Wednesday, March 19, opened with a luncheon about 1:00 o’clock, and at its conclusion, D. W. French, superintendent of the Hackensack Water Company, acting for Charles R. Bettes, president of the section, and chief engineer of the Queens County water works, who was unavoidably absent, opened the meeting. Mr. French announced that the first order of business…

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