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USGS Report: Trace Elements Exceed Health Standards in 20 Percent of U.S. Water Wells
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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Michigan Says It’s Ready For Next Drilling Boom
“Fracking” is the injection of water and chemicals to rupture deep shale and release natural gas.
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Ugandans Return Home to a Demolished Water Infrastructure
More than 20 years of conflict in northern Uganda have led to an abandoned and destroyed water infrastructure, as most citizens lack access to sanitary drinking water.