Welling Concerns (MT)

Eugene Pizzini, the DEQ’s supervisor of public drinking water supplies, initially shared Cuthbertson’s skeptical reaction when he learned of the disparities in the testing methods, thinking that the homeowners associations were exploiting a quirk in the law.  “I thought, ‘Why would you allow a method that would allow you to underreport?’” Pizzini said. “The only reason a subdivision would choose to do that method is so that they would not be forced into installing a million-dollar treatment plant.”     Read the article………….


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