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S.F. Chronicle Highlights Need for 1,2,3-TCP Regulation in Asha Kreiling's Op-Ed

 

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The San Francisco Chronicle published an op-ed by CWC's Asha Kreiling on the need for a drinking water standard for 1,2,3,-TCP this morning! The story describes CWC's campaign to educate residents of impacted communities, such as Arvin, about the health risks 1,2,3-TCP, where it came from, and why we should all be advocating for the State Water Board to adopt a health-protective limit of 5 parts per trillion. Check out the story online and sign up to receive updates on upcoming opportunities to take action! 

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Featured in the story: Arvin resident Bartolo Chavez drove five hours to testify before the state water board in Sacramento, urging it to take action for clean water.
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