EPA Identifies more toxic elements in drinking water.

HOW SAFE IS THIS?

HOW SAFE IS THIS?

In its draft “Contaminant Candidate List” (CCL), the U.S. EPA recently identified 11 microbes and 93 chemicals, including pesticides, solvents, plasticizers, foaming agents and other elements as contaminants in drinking water that could be regulated by the EPA.. Being on the list does not necessararily mean a substance will be subject to restrictions. Substances on the list are under review by the agency, according to a press release, because they are “known or anticipated to occur in public water systems.” The list was generated in response to requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act that require the EPA to determine whether or not new regulations are required.

HIDDEN TOXINS?

HIDDEN TOXINS?

Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha Feb 2009

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