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Arsenic in Water

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Arsenic in Water

Arsenic in Water

Arsenic in Water

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's David Kestenbaum reports on a new set of rules from the EPA that would reduce the amount of arsenic in drinking water tenfold below current limits. Arsenic usually comes from natural sources and doesn't occur in all parts of the country. But the new rules will require upgrades in water systems in thousands of small towns and rural areas.