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About a quarter of the samples contained organohalogens, and chlorinated tris again was the one most frequently detected.
The water had gone through most of the treatment process but hadn't been chlorinated, spokeswoman Jennifer Messemer-Skold said.
A malfunction Friday caused the water at Seven Peaks Water Park to become over-chlorinated, which triggered symptoms such as blistering rashes and burning eyes, a Porter County Health Department official told The Associated Press.
The lawsuit claims that the center failed to properly chlorinate and maintain its water or train its employees on the proper ways to regulate the facilities.
The lawsuit claims the center failed to properly chlorinate the water, failed to regulate the temperature of the water and failed to warn visitors of the possible danger.
Water in birdbaths and pet dishes should be changed every few days, and swimming pools, outdoor saunas and hot tubs should be cleaned and chlorinated.
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First Known Use of chlorinate
CHLORINATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chlorinate for English Language Learners
: to add chlorine to (something, such as water)
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