Dioxane in drinking water should be remediated with the appropriate equipment provided. State/Federal superfund monies were provided to Metro Water District for aeration-scrubbers to remediate their dioxane issue. These scrubber units are ineffective when they are left unmaintained or run for years when they should have been in operation to remove harmful contaminants.
It has become public information that the plume of contaminant found at the Shannon site has spread within Metropolitan Water’s District. Highest Water Quality is in question when State and Federal regulations are not followed.
Metrowater ADEQ Dioxane
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