Monday, May 30, 2011

Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority March and April Tests Show Water is Safe

In response to the New York Times February 27th story that suggested drinking water in Pennsylvania could be contaminated with radionuclides, the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has been conducting monthly tests for radionuclides.

The March and April test results appear on its website and show that the drinking water and river water meets the Safe Drinking Water Act standards and is safe.


Thank you to the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority for conducting monthly tests of both drinking water and river water.

Its results are now part of a mountain of data indicating that there is NO radionuclide contamination of Pennsylvania's drinking water.

One vainly waits for the NYT to set the record straight.

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