October 8, 2003 -- Volume 4, No. 41
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Freedom from liability for MTBE is in hands of Congressional conferees. What is the minimum T&O level for MTBE?  When's the best time to flush your distribution system?  Selling home treatment devices in China is a cutthroat business. UV planned to help NY system meet DBP rules. Timing of reports on possible security breach is issue under Florida law. Governor Leavitt is already being lobbied. Critics think post - Walkerton changes are too slow in coming.


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