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Photo of the publication cover. Bacterial Contamination Water Quality - Help August 1, 2003

Bacteria are living organisms that are too small to see without a microscope. They are present all around us in air, soil, and water. Some types of bacteria can get into drinking water and make people sick.



Photo of the publication cover. Dairies & Human Health Water Water Quality - Help August 1, 2002

Citizens have expressed some health concerns about living near dairies, especially regarding water quality, air quality, and odor problems.



Photo of the publication cover. Drought Water Quality - Help July 1, 2002

The system operators should have a plan for securing an emergency water supply if you are on a public water system. Community water consumers are encouraged to participate in the decision-making process for their community’s drought emergency preparedness.



Photo of the publication cover. Lead in Drinking Water Water Quality - Help June 1, 2002

The Safe Drinking Water Act sets an action level of 15 or less ppb (parts per billion) of lead in drinking water at consumer’s homes. Drinking water in New Mexico does not naturally contain lead, but lead can get into the water, if lead leaches out of any lead-containing components in the plumbing.

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