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Drinking Water Advisory Communication Toolbox

Use of trade names is for identification only and does not imply endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Public Health Service, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, or the American Water Works Association.

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Drinking Water Treatment for Small Communities

1 United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Washington, DC 20460 Drinking Water Treatment for Small Communities

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Is Lowering the Drinking Age a Good Idea?

AoW #17 Pro/Con Is Lowering the Drinking Age a Good Idea? Source: Jessica Pauline Ogilvie , Los Angeles Times , May 30,2011 It's no secret that people drink alcohol before they turn 21.

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Pharmaceuticals in Drinking-water

Microsoft Word - FINAL WHO technical report on Pharmaceuticals in drinking-water 23 June 2011.doc

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Nitrates in Drinking Water

Paul D. Robillard, Associate Professor, Agricultural Engineering William E. Sharpe, Professor, Forest Hydrology Bryan R. Swistock, Extension Associate ou may be concerned about nitrates in drinki ng water after reading articles in your local newspaper on "blue-baby syndrome" (methe moglobinemia).

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Science of the Total Environment

Occurrence and concentrations of pharmaceutical compounds in groundwater used for public drinking-water supply in California MirandaS. Fram a, ⁎ , Kenneth Belitz b a U.S. Geological Survey California Water Science Center, 6000 JStreet, Placer Hall, Sacramento, CA 95819-6129, USA b U.S ...

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GAO-11-346 Environmental Health: Action Needed to Sustain ...

GAO-11-346 Environmental Health: Action Needed to Sustain Agencies' Collaboration on Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water

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Report to Congress on the Prevention and Reduction of ...

MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY Alcohol use by those under the legal drinking age of 21 has profound negative consequences for underage drinkers, their families, their communities, and society as a whole.

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Office of Water

New Fluoride Risk Assessment and Relative Source Contribution Documents Summary Summary Fluoride is an inorganic ion found in drinking water because of its presence in the earth's crust, anthropogenic releases to the environment, and/or due to its addition to treated water to prevent cavities.

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WHO/HSE/WSH/11.03 - Safe Drinking-water from Desalination

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