May 2, 2007 – Volume 8, No. 18
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This week's NEWS

New lead legislation is introduced: Is the devil lurking in the details? Yes, Georgia, AC pipe can be a problem! Caustic soda overdose at water treatment plant sends dozens to hospital. Relatively speaking: To fail to sample is a misdemeanor; to lie about it is a felony! Congressional committee hears the whys and why nots (from EPA) of perchlorate standard-setting.


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  • Kansas town tells customers the samples didn't get delivered! (KC Community News, April 25); the city's notice (PDF file, 57.4 K)
    Commentary: An informed public is a great asset and the changes in state/federal laws requiring public notification of violations did, in fact, have an initial salutary effect on rates of compliance. However, reading a notice like this makes one wonder what benefit accrued to these consumers.

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