Type of Notification
regular notification
Date of Distribution
2018.10.08
WTO Country
Agency Responsible
Uganda National Bureau of Standards
Notified Document Details
<p style="margin:2px !important;">DUS 2087: 2018, Standard Test Method for Purgeable Organic Compounds in Water Using Headspace Sampling, First Edition.</p>
Product
ICS Code
Covered Products
<p style="margin:2px !important;">Environmental water, waste water</p>
Description of Content

This draft Uganda standard specifies a method for the determination of most purgeable organic compounds in drinking water that boil below 200°C and are less than 2% soluble in water. It covers the low μg/L to low mg/L concentration range. This test method was developed for the analysis of drinking water. It is also applicable to many environmental and waste waters when validation, consisting of recovering known concentrations of compounds of interest added to representative matrices, is included.

Relevant Documents
  1. ASTM D1129-13, Standard Terminology Relating to Water
  2. ASTM D1193-06(2018), Standard Specification for Reagent Water
  3. ASTM D2908-91(2017), Standard Practice for Measuring Volatile Organic Matter in Water by Aqueous-Injection Gas Chromatography
  4. ASTM E355 -96(2014), Standard Practice for Gas Chromatography Terms and Relationships
  5. Bellar, T. A., and Lichtenberg, J. J., “The Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds at the μg/L Level in Water by Gas Chromatography,” EPA-670/4-74-009, November 1974.
  6. Bellar, T. A., Lichtenberg, J. J., and Kroner, R. C., “The Occurrence of Organohalides in Chlorinated Drinking Water,” Journal American Water Works Association, Vol 66, 1974, p. 703.
  7. Symons, J. M., et al., “National Organics Reconnaissance Survey for Halogenated Organics,” Journal American Water Works Association, Vol 67, 1975, p. 634.
  8. Bellar, T. A., and Lichtenberg, J. J., “Determining Volatile Organics at Microgram-per-Litre Levels by Gas Chromatography,” Journal American Water Works Association, Vol 66, 1974, p. 739.
  9. “The Analysis of Trihalomethanes in Finished Waters by Purge and Trap,” USEPA Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory, Cincinnati, OH, Sept. 9, 1977.
  10. Bellar, T. A., and Lichtenberg, J. J., “Semiautomated Headspace Analysis of Drinking Waters and Industrial Waters for Purgeable Volatile Organic Compounds,” Symposium on Measurement of Organic Pollutants in Water and Waste Water, ASTM STP 686, ASTM, 1979, p. 108.

 

 

Final Date of Comments
2018.12.07
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