Excerpt: A recent water emergency in Toledo, Ohio left 500,000 people, including families, hospitals, and businesses, unable to utilize drinking water provided by the public water system without risking negative health effects. We are deeply concerned by any threat to the water supply, and we appreciate the time and information your agency has devoted as we seek answers. Peter Grevatt, the Director of Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water (OGWDW), and his staff continue to be a valuable resource as we seek long-term solutions to protect public drinking water from Microcystin and other harmful cyanotoxins.
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