Saturday, March 7, 2015

Conversion Charts: Turn mg/L to PPB, PPT to PPB, etc.

Sometimes you will find a reading on a water report that is something other than Parts Per Billion (the most commonly reported method).

A few times I would see a contaminant reading in milligrams per liter (mg/L) or even parts per trillion, and had to rely on Google to help me convert it to parts per billion (something I am more familiar with).  What would I do without you, Google?

If you need to do a conversion, click here to: