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Algae Blooms in Lakes & Drinking Water
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In response to consumer inquiries about the toxic algae blooms in lakes and the impacts it can have on drinking water, here is a great article we found that explains it all:

Toxic algae is blooming more often in our lakes, reservoirs. Does that threaten our drinking water?

Thank you to the Stephanie Baer of the San Gabriel Valley Tribune for sharing this article.


EPA'S Recommendations for Public Water Systems to Manage Cyanotoxins in Drinking Water


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