| July 7, 2004 -- Vol. 5, No. 27
on what to serve your
discerning perchlorate-gobbling microbes? How about
some molasses and OJ?
But, other microbes may prefer
arsenic or nitrogen!
Moore about frac'ing wells
in Colorado. How much nitrate
is too much for adult male
prisoners? The high cost
of arsenic compliance
is illustrated in Arizona. MTBE
lawsuits proliferate as
Maryland area looks at Santa
Monica model. It's that
time of year: CCRs are coming
out.......in San Diego, Missouri
and NJ, but not in Red
there are consequences!
Who's been calling that hotline? Questions
raised about survey on use
of alternative drinking
Australia: Breaking News
Water Quality Reports
SDWA Compliance Issues
town faces EPA fines for not submitting
water quality reports
(Vail Daily News, July 5)
While the state primacy agency
has issued compliance orders to
the town for water treatment
problems (leading to several
boil water advisories), USEPA's
order focuses on the lack of the
so-called consumer confidence
reports (CCRs). Why the
Colorado's CCR regulation may
not have been in effect when the
earlier violations occurred.
Ground Water Quality Issue
|NEWS CONTINUES BELOW
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Consumer Attitude Survey
survey about Latino water preferences leaves some
wondering who was surveyed
(Salt Lake Tribune, July 2)
The survey's findings about Latinos'
use of alternative water sources (bottled or home
filtered) has been corroborated by other
studies. One concern expressed by many medical
providers is that use of bottled water by children
voids the benefits available from drinking
fluoridated drinking water. (Note: The following
article on vending machine water also touches on use
of alternative water sources by Latinos.)
Vending Machine Water
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