Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Edward J. Calabrese, Charles E. Gilbert, Harris Pastides.|
|Contributions||Calabrese, Edward J., 1946-, Gilbert, Charles E., 1927-, Pastides, Harris.|
|LC Classifications||KF3794 .S24 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||88026679|
Today, I am providing you with a "Safe Drinking Water Act Source Book," which offers important background information on a number of issues that are central to the reauthorization. In this notebook, you will find: * A state-by-state analysis of the Administration's proposed State Revolving Fund, which will give states the resources they need to. Appendix: Amendment to the Safe Drinking Water Act Appendix A in the first volume of the Drinking Water and Health series (National Research Council, , p. ) is entitled Legislation and Terms of Reference of the Study. Water is connected to every forms of life on earth. As a criteria, an adequate, reliable, clean, accessible, acceptable and safe drinking water supply has to be available for various users. The United Nation (UN) and other countries declared access to safe drinking water as a fundamental human right, and an essential step towards improving living by: 2. the Safe Drinking Water Act The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was originally passed by Congress in to protect public health by regulating the nation’s public drinking water supply. The law was amended in and and requires many actions to protect drinking water and its sources—rivers, lakes, reservoirs, springs, and groundFile Size: KB.
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