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rising copper levels in ash from incinerator

Original post made by Walter_E_Wallis, Midtown, on Jun 14, 2007

"Other people, including Palo Altan Jeff Hoel, postulate a link between San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's addition of chloramine to its water supply in 2004"
I gotta agree with Jeff. Almost any change in water makeup can disturb the corrosion pattern.

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