Water Companies Can’t Monitor All Chemicals, There’s Too Many

National Public Radio: The fact that a second contaminant in West Virginia's drinking water eluded detection for nearly two weeks - despite intense testing of the water - reveals an important truth about how companies test drinking water: In most cases, they only find the contaminants they're looking for. Freedom Industries earlier this week revealed it had spilled two chemicals, not just one. The second chemical is PPH, a mixture of polygycol ethers. It was combined with first contaminant - 4-methylcyclohexanemethanol,......

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