Right now, if a disaster were to strike — like a fracking truck spilling
radioactive wastewater near your water, or even a nuclear disaster like
Fukushima — the Safe Drinking Water Act sets clear limits to protect
your health and safety from radiation. But the EPA is considering increasing that limit for anywhere from one year to four years after an emergency .People should get clean drinking water in an emergency and should not be
forced to drink water with a vastly higher concentration of
radioactivity than considered acceptable under the Safe Drinking Water
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