Nonprofit warns of chemicals in Delray Beach water; city insists standards met

At issue in the Florida Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility report is whether the level of 'forever chemicals' risks public health.
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Toxics

Potentially toxic algae already being seen in Florida river. And it could get worse

Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, a potentially toxic algae is showing itself earlier than usual in the vast St. Johns River that stretches through 12 Florida counties.

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Expert panel affirms safety of Flagstaff's reclaimed wastewater

Scientists haven’t found any evidence that suggests the city of Flagstaff’s use of reclaimed wastewater puts human health at undue risk.
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Water

Expert panel affirms safety of Flagstaff's reclaimed wastewater

Scientists haven’t found any evidence that suggests the city of Flagstaff’s use of reclaimed wastewater puts human health at undue risk.
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