January 4, 2006 – Volume 7, No. 1
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Happy New Year of 2006 to all of our readers! Welcome back. We promise you a full and exciting year of drinking water quality news... especially if you all help us report it. Let us know what's new and exciting in your neck of the woods... or the world! (Thanks to those of you who have already been doing it!)

The deep, dark, murky history of regulating perchlorate is visited. Environmental group claims manipulation of hexavalent chromium research results and points fingers. More western U.S. systems weigh in with expected cost increases for arsenic compliance while SAB group meets to discuss organic vs. inorganic arsenic issues. High bromate levels in Middle East drinking water associated with disinfection but not the normal byproduct route.


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