Environments Newsletter

june 2015

the science and politics of how to define water

Water is necessary for all aspects of our life: protecting public health, growing food, supporting business and industry, and offering recreational opportunities such as swimming and boating. Recent incidents of widespread drinking water service disruption here in North Carolina and nearby states have drawn attention to the importance of protecting drinking water sources from contamination.

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