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Paul O Callaghan said: “We are optimistic about this technology as it suggests we may be able to deliver water where no water exists at all and at a lower cost than bottled water,” External link

wateronline Thursday, March 19, 2020 9:56:00 PM CET

David Andrews said: "This is information that really should have been made public years ago," "Studies of these chemicals have indicated ... just an incredible array of health effects" External link

indystar Thursday, March 19, 2020 11:29:00 AM CET

Alexis Temkin said: "Even though these 26 chemicals have the characteristics of carcinogens," External link

indystar Thursday, March 19, 2020 11:29:00 AM CET

Jeanne Shaheen said: “PFAS exposure is a pervasive problem impacting water supplies in New Hampshire and throughout the country. This widespread concern demands a comprehensive, meaningful response from Congress so American families can trust the safety of the water coming out of their tap,” “This new legislation is an important step to help meet that goal by delivering robust federal resources to states to invest in remediation so we can quickly and efficiently clean our drinking water supplies when contamination is detected. I appreciate the continued work of advocates in New Hampshire and across the nation who have demanded accountability and action to combat PFAS exposure. This issue crosses party and state lines, which is why I will continue to work with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to bring this critical legislation up for a vote” External link

wateronline Monday, March 16, 2020 1:49:00 PM CET

Tom Carper said (about Charles Schumer): “While enforceable drinking water, clean water standards and the designation of the most harmful PFAS under the Superfund law are all urgently needed measures to address widespread contamination near military installations or other sites, communities will continue to need funding to remediate contamination and keep drinking water clean for years to come,” “Senator Shaheen’s legislation recognizes that need, and I am pleased to join her and Leader Schumer in this legislation. She has been a tireless advocate in ensuring that all Americans have safe, clean drinking water, and we support her in that fight” External link

wateronline Monday, March 16, 2020 1:49:00 PM CET

Charles Schumer said: “Families need to know when they turn on their tap, their drinking water is safe. That is why I am joining my colleagues in outlining a comprehensive plan to address the prevalence of PFAS contamination in New York and around the country,” “Thanks to leadership in the Senate and tireless advocacy of groups at the state and local level, we can provide much needed relief to affected communities and tackle this problem with the resources this public health issue demands” External link

wateronline Monday, March 16, 2020 1:49:00 PM CET

Jeanne Shaheen said: “PFAS exposure is a pervasive problem impacting water supplies in New Hampshire and throughout the country. This widespread concern demands a comprehensive, meaningful response from Congress so American families can trust the safety of the water coming out of their tap,” External link

fosters Thursday, March 12, 2020 6:57:00 PM CET

Jeanne Shaheen added: “I appreciate the continued work of advocates in New Hampshire and across the nation who have demanded accountability and action to combat PFAS exposure. This issue crosses party and state lines, which is why I will continue to work with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to bring this critical legislation up for a vote,” External link

fosters Thursday, March 12, 2020 6:57:00 PM CET

Shelley Dickstein said: “For 150 years, the city has been managing the production of water for this region,” “I think this (request for proposals for lab upgrades) demonstrates our nature to be proactive and positions our work to continue for the next 150 years” External link

daytondailynews Saturday, February 29, 2020 4:27:00 AM CET

Luis Dominguez dice: “Hay cerca de dos millones de personas que habitan aguas arriba del Daule, es decir, dos millones de personas que realizan descargas al río y Guayaquil está en ese conjunto de descargas. Debemos prestar mucha atención al tema del agua que utilizamos para potabilizar” External link

eluniverso Sunday, February 16, 2020 1:47:00 PM CET

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