Consumer Reports and Drinking Water

The cover of the current issue of Consumer Reports reads “Your Guide to Safer Drinking Water.” The cover has the subheading “Why the government allows dangerous chemicals in America’s water and how you can protect yourself.”

Link to Consumer Reports current issue and links to three drinking water articles:

https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2020/11/index.htm

Related to the current issue, Consumer Reports has created a separate web site “Water Safety & Quality Guide.”  The description on the web site reads as follows: “Consumer Reports is investigating the state of the nation’s drinking water, in a year-long effort called America’s Water Crisis.  The project, conducted in partnership with the Guardian US, covers a range of topics, including inequities in access to affordable and safe public water supplies as well as issues of safety and sustainability raised by American’s reliance on bottled water as an alternative.”

Link to Consumer Reports “Water Safety & Quality Guide” web site with links to additional articles:

https://www.consumerreports.org/water-quality/water-safety-and-quality-guide/

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About Dan Askenaizer

Dr. Askenaizer leads WQTS’ work on regulatory compliance support for many of our water agencies clients. Dr. Askenaizer tracks water quality and treatment regulations at the Federal and State levels and provides regulatory updates to our clients. Dr. Askenaizer has strong expertise in the development of Regulatory Monitoring and Compliance Plans (RMCPs), which he has completed for a number of water agencies. He has also been working on a number of projects dealing with the development of distribution system monitoring plans and review of nitrification control strategies. Prior to joining WQTS, Dr. Askenaizer was the Water Quality Manager for the Glendale Water and Power. Under his leadership, the Water Quality Group conducted a demonstration-scale study of chlorite for nitrification control and a pilot-scale study of biological treatment for removal of nitrate. Dan has 30 years of experience working on projects dealing with regulatory, water quality and public health issues. Dan has given numerous presentations at workshops and round-tables across the country for water utilities. Dan was instrumental in developing and implementing a Mentoring Program for water staff and was involved in a Sustainable Development team.