April 28, 2004 -- Vol. 5, No. 17
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This week's NEWS

California's public health goal for arsenic is 4 parts per trillion higher than EPA's goal of zero. Hexavalent chromium finds its way back into the LA street-scene news. USEPA's review of lead rule issues kicks off with expert panel sessions in St. Louis while District of Columbia experts explain treatment plan. UK drinking water guardians say science review indicates THMs do not affect unborn children. NDMA detection deep in groundwater triggers action and a suggestion about who should pay for the action.


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