May 16, 2001 -- Volume 2, No. 20 NEWS -- the premier newsletter for the drinking water quality industry.

This week's NEWS

The report on a significant epidemiological study linking sub-MCL levels of drinking water nitrates to bladder cancer in women is available.  Cryptosporidium is unindicted in Canadian deaths.  A 1996 fish kill in Oregon results in a potentially potent appellate court ruling for water agencies that use copper sulfate to control algae and the resultant adverse water quality impacts.  Bottled water continues to attract attention and the USEPA seeks comments on its recently published endocrine disruptor report.  MTBE and manatees?  A plethora of other drinking water quality issues and.............of course, arsenic.

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Nitrate Bottled Water

Endocrine Disrupters

Algae Control


Canadian Water Issues

Groundwater Issues

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