American Arsenic: After a Decade, Small Communities Still Struggle to Meet Federal Drinking Water Standards

Circle of Blue has an outstanding article about America's problem with too much arsenic in the water.

"A decade after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took aggressive action to limit arsenic in American drinking water, the agency, in its latest assessment published in January, reports that nearly 1,000 water systems serving 1.1 million people are still not in compliance."

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