Unformatted text preview: can cause health problems such as lung and gastrointestinal cancers for people who breath it. Assistant General Manager at Glendale Water & Power stated that the goal of reaching 0.06 chromium level is still not enough, and treatment will always be necessary as the city of Glendale imports 25% of its water supply form the San Fernando Valley aquifer. Glendale is currently testing two techniques to remove chromium 6 from the water. Also, the EPA is trying to identify the responsible parties for the chromium contamination. Bettina Boxall, LA TIMES, on August 21, 2009 Los Angeles, California...
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- Spring '10
- San Fernando Valley, Glendale Water & Power, Fernando Valley aquifer, chromium level