New drinking water rules announced

February 1999
Pollution Engineering;Feb99, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the microbial and disinfection byproduct rules announced by United States President Bill Clinton to safeguard the nation's drinking water. Expected impact of the standards on the safeness of drinking water in the country; Terms of the rules; Applicability of the rules to all community water systems.


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