David F. Goldsmith

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BACKGROUND In 2003, residents of the District of Columbia (DC) experienced an abrupt rise in lead levels in drinking water, which followed a change in water-disinfection treatment in 2001 and which was attributed to consequent changes in water chemistry and corrosivity. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the public health implications of the exceedance, the DC(More)
Disclaimer This document has been reviewed in accordance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA or the Agency) peer and administrative review policy. It has had extensive peer involvement in development (including other Federal, State, and public involvement), it has completed the formal external technical peer review process, and it has been(More)
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