Summer: The Season of Sickness for America’s Waters

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By Evan Isaacson, Center for Progressive Reform It’s that time of year again. No, I don’t mean time for back-to-school sales, last-ditch beach getaways, or Shark Week re-runs. Instead, I’m referring to the time of year when we’re once again reminded just how sick our...
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‘Erin Brockovich’ Carcinogen in 250 Million Americans’ Drinking Water

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By Robert Coleman, Environmental Working Group In 2016, an EWG report found that chromium-6 – a cancer-causing compound made notorious by the film “Erin Brockovich” – contaminated the tap water supplies of 218 million Americans in all 50 states. But our just-released Tap Water Database shows...
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EPA Rule on Nanotechnology Reporting Is Good News

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By Jennifer Sass, Natural Resources Defense Council Some good news from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency! EPA issued a Working Guidance for its Final Nanotechnology Reporting and Record-keeping Requirements Rule, which become effective this week, on August 14, 2017. This important rule...
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