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Archive by tag: researchReturn
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Research is key in understanding PFAS

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Research is key in understanding PFAS
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced in February that it will propose “regulatory determinations” for two of the best understood PFAS. This does not guarantee these substances will ultimately be regulated on a national level, but it sets EPA on the path to exploring the feasibility and effectiveness of a regulation.
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Saving money and saving water

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In an article published yesterday by the U.S. News and World Report, pointers are given on how to save money on your water bill.
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| Categories: | Tags: U.S. News and World Report, A.P. Black Research Award, Mark LeChevallier, water usage, leaks, conservation, money | View Count: (2767) |
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Drinking water and weight loss

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We've written about it before, but here it is again, drinking water may encourage weight loss.
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