Water Distribution Networks Monitored...

Water Distribution Networks Monitored By Math

There are 1 comment on the MediLexicon story from Nov 30, 2012, titled Water Distribution Networks Monitored By Math. In it, MediLexicon reports that:

None of us want to experience events like the Camelford water pollution incident in Cornwall, England, in the late eighties, or more recently, the Crestwood, Illinois, water contamination episode in 2009 where accidental pollution of drinking water led to heart-wrenching consequences to consumers, including brain damage, high cancer risk, and even ... (more)

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Chicago, IL

#1 Nov 30, 2012
The only flaw I see in this story is the word "ACCIDENTAL". It may have been an accidental contamination in Cornwall England but as far as the Crestwood water contamination goes, it was far from "ACCIDENTAL". Officials knew, many knew, yet they continued to let it happen. Shameful, truly shameful!

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