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Plain Talk About Drinking Water
The recently dismantled Roe Tank at McCrum Park,
69th & Roe is now being reassembled at a different location. See photos
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Radiation & Water:
Putting it in Perspective
WaterOne relies on the Kansas Department of Health (KDHE)
for guidance on water quality issues. KDHE reports that
radiation levels in regional precipitation are well
below the action level in Kansas. They add
that tested values dropped greatly in less than one
week’s time and at no time presented a threat to
public health. Most importantly, it is noted that
no detectable isotopes (radiation particles)
have been found in drinking water. Of
additional importance is the fact that the Action Level
in Kansas for radiation is more conservative than the
federal Action Level, which is reported as being well
below any level of health concern. WaterOne will
continue to communicate regularly with KDHE on this
KDHE News Release
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