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Officials: Local drinking water is good

Testing indicates quality meets federal, state limits

June 27, 2013

PARKERSBURG — An annual report on water quality shows residential water to be well within state and federal safety limits....

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Privatized

Jun-27-13 6:01 PM

Ya think they would tell you if they knew it was bad? Smells like bleach, comes out of tap looking like skim milk sometimes, and I'll never consume it again.

"The only things we report on are the regulated contaminants found in the drink water."

""C-8 is not listed because it is not a regulated contaminant," .."

"C-8 levels have "been fairly consistent and well below the health advisory levels that have been established by the EPA (federal Environmental Protection Agency)," he said."

Wait, what? Which is it again? "Almost undetectable" is what they said before.

What a waste of money sending that pamphlet out, I don't even bring it in the house.

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Phoenix

Jun-27-13 12:11 PM

"Good?"- Compared to what??? It tastes and smells like swimming pool water it is so chlorinated.

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MisterT

Jun-27-13 10:42 AM

Funny title.

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RealityInTheMOV

Jun-27-13 8:25 AM

You can be sure if Dirty Harry reads this, he'll try to sue someone over it.

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canniballoe

Jun-27-13 5:17 AM

C-8 levels have "been fairly consistent and well below the health advisory levels that have been established by the EPA (federal Environmental Protection Agency)," he said.

maybe that's who people need to be after with these lawsuits.

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