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    The Ivanhoe Reservoir in Los Angeles picture from the National Geographic

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    Bo Gyie's Photo Gallery Ivanhoe Reservoir, Los Angeles Photograph by Gerd Ludwig, National Geographic In 2007, high levels of bromate-a carcinogen formed when bromide and chlorine react with sunlight-were found in Los Angele's Ivanhoe Reservoir. Today three million black plastic balls help deflect UV rays.

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