15 Apr '11, 7am

Water utilities, meet water drinkers. On EWG's Enviroblog:

The industry report makes clear that utility officials have been well aware for some years of the engineering and financial problems posed by chromium-6 pollution. Should scientists and regulators concur that very small amounts of chromium-6 pose a risk to human health, the industry report says, removing the chemical presents "complex occurrence and treatment issues for the drinking water community."

Full article: http://www.enviroblog.org/2011/04/water-utilities-meet-wa...

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