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Vol. 1, No. 2  --  November 15, 2000


Welcome to the second issue of safedrinkingwater.com NEWS, the premier newsletter for the drinking water quality community.  Our intent is to make this newsletter the best and first source of news and information for drinking water quality professionals, with a combination of timely articles and incisive commentary from the leading observers in the industry.
     The focus of this electronic newsletter is strictly drinking water quality.  We will bring you information on the latest EPA and state regulations, and on legislation at the federal, state, and local levels.  Our emphasis in the beginning will be on California drinking water issues; in many cases, regulations in the most populous state are a harbinger of things to come nationwide. As our subscriber base grows, we will expand our coverage to the Western United States, and eventually to the entire U.S.  Safedrinkingwater.com NEWS will present general news stories of interest to the drinking water quality community -- everything from groundwater contamination to drinking water treatment innovations and violations.
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This week's NEWS
     Chromium continues to be a hot topic, the long awaited California non-potable recycling rules are adopted, and the "chlorine gas as a restricted pesticide" watch continues.  While the world awaits the outcome of the  election, water professionals realize that the pace and path of pending USEPA drinking water rules may vary depending on whether it is President Bush or President Gore.


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