COLUMBIA — Out of 3,000 Missouri public water supply systems, Columbia’s is one of 12 to violate Environmental Protection Agency standards for a contaminant in drinking water that’s a byproduct of the disinfection process. The violation is the first time Columbia’s water supply has failed to meet EPA standards in the past 30 years.
Columbia reports first drinking water violation in 3 decades
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