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As per $\text{IS }10500:2012$, for drinking water in the absence of alternate source of water, the permissible limits for chloride and sulphate, in mg/L, respectively are

  1. $250$ and 200$
  2. $1000$ and 400$
  3. $200$ and 250$
  4. $500$ and 1000$
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