Clean water advocates urge residents to attend the California State Water Resources Control Board public workshop on July 26 in Bakersfield and July 28 in Fresno. The workshops will cover regulations planned to set a legal limit on 1, 2, 3-Trichloroporpane TCP, a cancer-causing chemical found in Valley water systems.
TCP was discovered in drinking water during the 1990s and was added to California’s list of known cancer causing chemicals in 1999. However, regulations have not been developed for public drinking water contamination.
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