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Understanding the Safe Drinking Water Act The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was originally passed by Congress in 1974 to protect public health by regulating the nation’s public drinking
3 Chapter summary The primary aim of the WHO Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality (GDWQ) is the protection of public health. The Guidelines are intended to be used as a basis for the
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A. RSENIC IN . W. ELL . W. ATER – G. UIDANCE - 2 - Human Health Effects of Arsenic Exposure . The way arsenic affects our bodies is not fully understood. Long-term exposure to low levels of inorganic arsenic in drinking
SahuaritaWater.com PAGE | 5 201 ATER UALIT REPORT Arsenic — Arsenic occurs naturally in rocks and soil, water, air and plants and animals. It can be further released into the environment through
The goal of this document is to help you interpret the results of a recent water quality analysis of your drinking water. The document provides general
D R A F T 3 Up until 1998, relatively little communication work for arsenic had been done in Bangladesh. As a result, awareness was low, despite the severity of the problem.
v Executive Summary The goal of the Private Well Testing Act (PWTA or Act) is to ensure that purchasers and lessees of properties served by private potable wells are fully aware of the quality of the
1 CITY OF ST. LOUIS Water Quality Report 2017 In compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act, the City of St. Louis Water Division is delivering this Water …
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