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Teton Conservation District

Board of Health votes to investigate new water regulations

The Teton District Board of Health unanimously approved an investigation into proposed regulations on public water systems.

The proposed rules would mandate publication of notices if a public water system exceeds nitrate levels of 3 milligrams per liter, which the EPA says “generally indicates contamination.” The goal is to keep water systems from approaching 10 milligrams per liter, which the EPA deems hazardous for consumption.