The tab for clean tap water

June 1994
Garbage;Summer94, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p18
Reports on the United States Senate's vote to reduce the number of water contaminants covered by the law. Vote's aim to remedy the financial burden imposed on states by the Safe Drinking Water Act; Environmental groups' request for federal aid in passing a tougher bill on environmental commitment.


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