| February 18, 2004 -- Vol. 5, No. 7
Now there's one more way to
tag those pesky coliforms.
Arnold's top enviro-man says
no California perchlorate drinking
water MCL for 18
months. That fight to
keep MTBE from getting
a free ride in the Energy Bill
isn't finished: The fat lady
is just warming up! Get those
without going to the beach.
water advisories generate
mixed reactions in Saskatchewan.
It's the water... a little arsenic... and
a lot more? And,
a layperson's guide to risk
assessments — from
your friendly toxicologists at
Jersey seeks public
comment on its discussion paper
on dealing with
unregulated organic contaminants
New Jersey has developed a very
thoughtful discussion paper
looking at how to deal with
unregulated synthetic organic
contaminants, primarily (at
least initially) in
groundwater. Five options are outlined
and evaluated. Some
possibly useful tools, not just
to New Jersey-ites, are provided
1 (PDF file, 2 pages),a spreadsheet of all
USEPA drinking water standards
by date adopted, and Table
2 (PDF file, 3 pages), a side-by-side of
national, state and WHO
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