June 20, 2001 -- Volume 2, No. 25
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This week's NEWS

Fallout continues over USEPA MTBE waiver decision in California....and in D.C.  Important arsenic meetings scheduled by NAS and NDWAC.  Water treatment plant discharge to the Potomac becomes political "east-west" equity issue.  New infrastructure report released by AWWA and USEPA seeks research proposals on microbial risk and chemical contaminant issues.


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•  Wastewater Specialist 1 (Detroit, MI)

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•  H & H Project Engineer (Lehigh Valley, PA)


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MTBE
Arsenic
Infrastructure

Health Effects Research

Water Matters
Water Treatment Residuals
Microbiological
  • Michigan utility keeps watchful eye on bacteriological quality (Detroit News, June 13)
    Commentary: This story demonstrates the difficulty that public water systems have with the media's reporting on water quality issues.  Water quality standards, measurements, ground water-surface water relationships, aesthetic versus health concerns are all stirred into a cauldron of confusion for the readers.  
Trihalomethanes

Perchlorate

Source Water Quality

Radiological


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