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Drinking water public right-to-know requirements in the United States
Journal of Water and Health
The United States Environmental Protection Agency implements a national drinking-water program under the authority of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. Amendments to the Act in 1996 added new provisions to enhance consumer understanding of drinking-water issues. Notification requirements associated with annual consumer confidence reports, source water assessments and state compliance reports are intended to enhance the public's knowledge of the quality of their drinking water. Waterdoi:10.2166/wh.2008.031 pmid:18401128 fatcat:2h4pblspmzdbbj5jqenlyjdgq4