United States: EPA Lowers Dust-Lead Hazard Levels In Advance Of Court Ordered Deadline - Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP

Credit: Mondaq- Published on July 18, 2019
On June 21 the EPA released updated dust-lead hazard standards which reduce the acceptable levels from 40 μg per square foot to 10 μg per square foot for floors

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Published on July 15, 2019 -  00:50
Bottled Water Brands Sold At Whole Foods And CVS Found To Contain Potentially Dangerous Chemicals
Some consider bottled water the safest choice for avoiding drinking-water contaminants like arsenic and lead. However, recent investigations have found that not all bottled water brands are free of potentially toxic chemicals. In June, researchers found "high levels" of arsenic in bottled water brands owned by Whole Foods and Keurig Dr. Pepper. Those findings confirmed earlier research which found levels of arsenic that exceeded the allowable limit set by the FDA.

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