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Why Does EPA Allow Contaminants in Tap Water?

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National drinking water standards DON'T require complete removal of toxic chemicals.
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What Does "Safe" Drinking Water Actually Mean?

If something is toxic, you probably don't want it in your drinking water. So why does EPA allow small amounts of toxic chemicals in tap water? The answer has to do with the cost of removing contaminants at the municipal level. EPA must consider a human health benefit-cost analysis when setting water quality standards. 

 

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