August 1, 2001 -- Volume 2, No. 31 NEWS -- the premier newsletter for the drinking water quality industry.

This week's NEWS

"Arsenic-in-Water"gate!  The saga continues.  What will the President do and when will he do it? Consumer confidence is sought in outreach programs by California and Nevada utilities.  Forever is a long, long time and so is 240 years....for perchlorate to be hanging around, especially if there is a "trickle-down" effect.  Low-level hexavalent chromium treatment research project gets AwwaRF nod.  Research on glowing molecules in Utah may bring advance in continuous water quality monitoring.  And............the manatees are back!

Terrific New Opportunities on Job Reservoir!

•  Senior Public Utility (Water) Restructuring Specialist (Amman, Jordan)

•  Senior Project Manager (San Jose, CA)

•  Watershed Planning Unit Manager (San Jose, CA)

•  Senior Engineer (San Jose, CA)

•  Ecological Services Unit Manager (San Jose, CA)

•  Research Management Director (Denver, CO)

•  Deputy Director (Durham, NC)

•  Systems Construction Supervisor (San Marcos, CA)

•  Industrial Wastewater Project Manager (Exton, PA)

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Chromium Perchlorate

Consumer Confidence




Boil Water Advisories

Source Water Assessments


Bottled Water

Water Treatment

Water Quality Monitoring

Federal Activity


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