Toxins in Water Links
EPA Won't Remove Rocket Fuel From Drinking Water
ERICA WERNER September 22, 2008 10:01 PM EST
WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency has decided there's no need to rid drinking water of a toxic rocket fuel ingredient that has fouled public water supplies around the country.
A Review of Contaminant Occurrence in Public Water Systems
EPA 816-R-99-006 November 1999
Summary Tables of Contaminant Occurrence Data
Read More: http://www.epa.gov/safewater/occur/appa_lo.pdf
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