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Water, Water (not quite) Everywhere

Water, Water (not quite) Everywhere


UNC School of Law Festival of Legal Learning
(October, 2009)

Water is a necessity of life, and a clean constant supply of drinking water is essential to every community. Providing sanitary means of disposing sewage and wastewater may be the most important public health advancement of the past 150 years. While the United States has one of the safest water supplies in the world, drinking water quality varies from place to place, depending on the condition of its source and the treatment it receives.

Read the entirety of Water, Water (not quite) Everywhere [PDF] written by Karen M. Kemerait and Charlotte Mitchell for the NC Bar Association, Zoning, Planning and Land Use Section Annual Meeting in October 2009.

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