LET'S TEST FOR pH
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What is pH?
pH is a term used to describe an acid or alkaline condition.
pH is measured on a scale of 0 - 14. The lower numbers represent acidic properties and the higher numbers represent base (or alkaline) properties.
Generally, high or low pH in drinking water does not affect humans (unless it's VERY high or VERY low). We eat and drink things that are both high and low in pH. pH is important in water treatment because both high and low measurements can cause corrosion in water pipes and in water heaters. COMM Water Department maintains a pH7, which is neutral.