EPA Supports Arsenic Drinking Water Standard Introduced By President Clinton

A seven-month review by the National Academy of Sciences helped the Bush administration decide to adopt the standard introduced under the Clinton administration of 10 parts arsenic per billion parts water. EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman says the arsenic drinking water standard will improve the safety of drinking water for millions of Americans.

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