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"Eureka!" Nevada Community Rushes To Meet U.S. EPA Arsenic Level Standard

Source: De Nora
“Eureka!” Nevada Community Rushes To Meet U.S. EPA Arsenic Level Standard

With the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) now requiring arsenic levels of 10 ppb for drinking water, reducing high levels of arsenic in one of its community’s water supply had been a challenge for Eureka County. Find out how a community, who once searched for silver, hunted down a way to remove high levels of arsenic from its drinking water.

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