The Pennsylvania American Water Company's drinking water is safe. That is the conclusion from PAWC that released today its extensive testing of water in the Pittsburgh area, including for radionuclides. The testing was done in response to the NY Times February 27th article.
See the Pennsylvania American Water statement at http://www.amwater.com/alerts/alert15474.html. There were no detecable levels found for all radiological contaminants tested. Six were tested. None.
There were no detecable levels for a long string of VOCs that were also tested. None.
The test results showed levels within compliance standards for 32 other substances tested like arsenic, barium, mercury, and so on.
This extraordinary battery of testing is in addition to PAWC's normal, routine stringent testing for more than 90 substances.
I am sure the NY Times will put these test results above its fold tomorrow.