EWG releases new database of pollutants in US municipal water systems

Merry

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The Environmental Working Group has just published its new database on pollutants in US municipal water systems. EWG's press team discusses the database in a news report at the organization's website.

With EWG's new Tap Water Database, simply by entering their zip code or local utility's name, users will find all contaminants detected in tests by the utilities themselves and reported to federal or state authorities. Instead of comparing the levels of pollutants to the legal limits set by regulatory agencies, often the result of political and economic compromise, or based on outdated studies, EWG's guide relies on what the best and most current science finds are the levels that will fully protect public health, especially that of infants, children, pregnant women and other vulnerable populations.
 

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