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New Jersey Water launches task force to address lead in drinking water
New Jersey Water launches task force to address lead in drinking water
Jan 16 2019
Jersey Water Works has convened a 25-member task force to develop practical and effective policies for eliminating lead in New Jersey's drinking…
President Trump has signed the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act
President Trump has signed the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act
Jan 16 2019
On Jan. 14, President Donald J. Trump signed the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act into law. The bill codifies the U.S. EPA’s Integrated Planning…
Jan 15 2019
The chemicals perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), also known as C8, and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) are bio-permanent, are resistant to direct…
Lead levels in Newark, N.J., drinking water reaches all time high
Lead levels in Newark, N.J., drinking water reaches all time high
Jan 15 2019
The latest lead test results for Newark, N.J., revealed the city’s lead levels in drinking water currently are the highest ever recorded in the past…
Water groups implore Congress for water quality and drinking water funds
Water groups implore Congress for water quality and drinking water funds
Jan 14 2019
On Jan. 10, a coalition of 91 national, state and local water organizations sent a letter to Congress urging water infrastructure funding. The letter…
California governor proposed new tax on drinking water
California governor proposed new tax on drinking water
Jan 14 2019
California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a statewide water tax to help disadvantaged communities obtain safe and affordable drinking water. The proposed…
Jan 11 2019
Dataman Group Direct Launches Website Dataman Group Direct, a provider of targeted direct mail, telemarketing, email and social media marketing lists…
Florida executive order aims to improve state water quality
Florida executive order aims to improve state water quality
Jan 11 2019
On Jan. 10, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order to implement major water reforms across the state. The reforms include $2.5 billion…
New study finds schools lead testing in drinking water inadequate
New study finds schools lead testing in drinking water inadequate
Jan 10 2019
A new report from the Harvard School of Public Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation found that more than 40% of schools that test for lead…
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