NAmati wrote:My team and I are conducting an experiment at the Chicago River for school. We are testing the ph levels in the river, and its effects on our drinking water. We would greatly someone who is studying the pH levels of the river to tell us their studies on the levels and its effects on our drinking water. Thank you for any help.
Is this for real?
pH will vary depending on where it it taken and what day of the week it is and when it last rained. It would easily be adjusted at a filtration plant if it was off.
Who's drinking Chicago river water?
Unless it's some little place up north, I'm not aware of any place pumping out Chicago River water for consumption. I know of one guy on this website that really, really wants the Chicago River to pumped into Lake Michigan right there downtown, right there by Oprah's condo, so that we all get to filter Chicago River water with our kidneys and livers.