July 25, 2001 -- Volume 2, No. 30
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This week's NEWS

To filter or not to filter?  That is the question -- and the "not to filter" advocates come out on top in two Northeast U.S. decisions.  Perchlorate in Colorado River may be ebbing due to clean-up activity. A Dakota utility facilitates consumers' confidence in their drinking water.  California utilities strategize pre-emptive plan in face of federal MTBE setbacks.  AwwaRF has a plateful of important research planned.


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Perchlorate

  • Nevada environmental official says perchlorate clean-up process is working for Lake Mead (Las Vegas Review-Journal, July 20)
    Commentary: The amount of perchlorate removed from the Colorado River system is impressive but important components of the clean-up system are still to be completed and put into operation.  California and federal risk assessment groups are in the process of evaluating health studies to determine safe level targets.

Consumer Confidence

Research

MTBE

Water Treatment

Arsenic
Lead
Environmental Enforcement

Groundwater

Uranium
Chromium

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