Why did we choose this logo? safedrinkingwater.com
NEWS

"The premier newsletter for the drinking water quality community"


Subscribe   List a position   Free e-mail   Archives   Fair Use Statement    Your Privacy   Safedrinkingwater.com 


Vol. 2, No.  11 --  March 14, 2001

 

This week's NEWS

The list of arsenic lawsuits expands with the WESTCAS filing, and the reasons for the wood industry lawsuit become more clear.  The cost of treating water to get to ultra-low chromium levels is uncertain, but would be high and will require R&D.  California drinking water chief says the chromium risk is low.  Workshop report identifies critical issues and problems in providing drinking water suppliers with early warnings of hazardous events.    Drinking water infrastructure needs are rated high by Civil Engineers.

 

Arsenic

 

Drinking Water Financing

 

Chromium

 

Ground Water

 

General
MTBE

 

Nitrate

 

Water Quality Monitoring

 

Message to New Subscribers

Welcome to safedrinkingwater.com NEWS, the premier newsletter for the drinking water quality community. The focus of this electronic newsletter is strictly drinking water quality with a combination of timely articles and incisive commentary from the leading observers in the industry. 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.

The newsletter is free, and you will join a growing community of drinking water professionals by subscribing. Click on the Subscribe link above or below to send us your name and e-mail address. Please consult our Frequently Asked Questions web page if you need further information on subscribing or the newsletter itself.

 

 


Some documents may require Adobe Acrobat Reader to display properly.  Click on this link to get a free copy from Adobe.

 


For those readers who have an interest in water resources, we recommend that you subscribe to Ken Harlow's SoCal Water Resources News.  Its focus is mainly on Southern California but it also covers state-wide issues and sometimes a bit beyond.  For free subscription information log on to this URL:

http://204.212.225.138/socalh2onews/subscribe/subscribe.htm

 

Brought to you by  Quality services that ensure safe drinking water

 

safedrinkingwater.com NEWS staff:
Publisher:   Michael J. McGuire
Senior Editor: Chet Anderson
Managing Editor: Jennifer Smith
Webmaster: Jonathan Valdez


Copyright 2000-2001 safedrinkingwater.com NEWS   Click here to learn why we chose this logo
Subscribe   List a position   Free e-mail   Archives   Fair Use Statement    Your Privacy   Safedrinkingwater.com