https://www.circleofblue.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/064_china-water-poll.275.jpg 160 275 Mark Townsend https://www.circleofblue.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Circle-of-Blue-Water-Speaks-600x139.png Mark Townsend2011-10-05 12:19:092015-12-11 12:00:19Infographic: China’s Water Pollution Events and Protection Policies (2004-2011)
China has some of the dirtiest and most dangerous water in the world. This detailed and interactive timeline shows key pollution events, protests, and policy reforms from the last eight years at both the national and regional levels as China tries to clean up its act.
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Utilities are required by law to treat water to national standards, but no such controls exist for private wells, where the risk from contaminants is greater.
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Arsenic is both naturally occurring and artificially produced, and the toxin is very dangerous since it often has no color, taste, or smell. This graphic breaks down how arsenic gets into drinking water supplies and how arsenic affects the U.S. on the state level.
https://www.circleofblue.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/matakas-70.jpg 70 70 Circle of Blue https://www.circleofblue.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Circle-of-Blue-Water-Speaks-600x139.png Circle of Blue2010-05-20 06:48:462015-12-14 12:14:48Remedies for Nitrate-Contaminated Water in California are Anything but Quick, Cheap
John and Rosenda Mataka never gave a thought to their tap water until 1995, when the city of Modesto took over the town of Grayson’s water supply wells and informed everyone that they had been drinking nitrate-contaminated water for over a decade.