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Description: National Resources
Defense Councils 1999
Study: 1/3 of bottles tested contained
significant contamination Contaminants present: Heterotrophic‐plate‐count
bacteria, Coliform bacteria, Arsenic, Synthetic Organic Chemicals
Source: National Resources Defense Council, Bottled Water Pure Drink or Pure Hype? (1999)
Energy and Bottled Water
Author: Janna Dettmer
Upload Date: 26-Feb-2010
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