January 17, 2007 – Volume 8, No. 3
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There is still time to get in on the TCR preparatory webcast by NOON today. Is this the way to notify customers of elevated nitrate levels? Lake Okeechobee's size and lack of depth aggravate water quality problems for Florida system. Excellent training opportunities are coming up on GWR and other SDWA issues. How are state drinking water regulatory programs funded? Arkansas provides an example. Results of perchlorate testing in crops grown with Colorado River water makes farmers happy.


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  • South Carolina town may have received its last notice on high radium (Aiken Standard, January 13)
    Commentary: Since 1999, the town of Aiken, SC, has been notifying residents that their water contained excessive radium levels. But now they have a new well and hope their problem is gone. The town deserves The Courageous Optimist medal for drilling their new well along Atomic Road!

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