Water Supply Is 'Safe,' Superintendent Says
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER A Greeneville Water Commission official said this week that the public water supply drawn from the Nolichucky River does not contain dangerous levels of radioactive contaminants.
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#1 Mar 1, 2013
Yet they dont tell you the river has a ton of sewage in it...
#2 Mar 1, 2013
Sewage is dealt with quite effectively in a modern water treatment facility. There are just a very few mountain communities that don't have someone upstream from them returtning treated sewage into your water source.
The problem is potential radioactive elements and heavy metals that Cannot be treated and removed effectively from that glass of water you are about to drink.
The old Bumpass Cove landfill is a Superfund site that was never properly decontaminated. Your water still contains heavy metals such as lead and zinc that cause Serious physical problems.
Don't worry about the poo. It's handled.
Worry about the lead.
Look up the health effects of that poison on Wikipedia.
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