EPA's new drinking water strategy faces resistance

At the American Water Works Association's annual conference in Chicago, attendees had the opportunity to hear about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) new vision for clean, safe drinking water (see the March 25, 2010 LRWJ) and to provide feedback on EPA's new direction. Unfortunately...

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