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Photo of the publication cover. Sulfate in Drinking Water Water Quality - Help January 1, 2007

Sulfate usually occurs naturally in the groundwater in New Mexico because the water dissolves it out of rocks, such as gypsum. Natural levels can be increased by contamination from mines, mills, landfills, sewage and other man-made sources.