--2 What's In The Water? NYT Series Shows Results For Santa Fe Taps
         
Dec. 8, 2016

What's In The Water? NYT Series Shows Results For Santa Fe Taps

December 17, 2009, 12:00 am
By Corey Pein
It's too bad The New York Times has hopped aboard the layoff train. Few other organizations have the staff time (and the wherewithal) to do an in-depth series on the nation's declining water quality—then, to make charts like this compiling data for pretty much every water system in the country?

This shows the seven contaminants found at higher-than-legally allowed levels in the city of Santa Fe's water system. Click through for more detail.

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There's also all the uranium.

 

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