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News and Views -- November 23, 2007
Emily Gertz, 23 Nov 07
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The article on water treatment seems most important not in terms of the way we treat our municipal water intake, but rather how we should treat all of our effluent, or the water we're dumping back into the streams. It is our fault that the pharmaceuticals and other pollutants are there in the first place, and if we stop that process, there wont even be a need to change the way we treat drinking water.


Posted by: Eric on 23 Nov 07

The article on water treatment seems most important not in terms of the way we treat our municipal water intake, but rather how we should treat all of our effluent, or the water we're dumping back into the streams. It is our fault that the pharmaceuticals and other pollutants are there in the first place, and if we stop that process, there wont even be a need to change the way we treat drinking water.


Posted by: Eric on 23 Nov 07



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