DWI marks ten years of improving drinking water - and unveils crypto data

A further improvement in drinking water quality in England and Wales was revealed by the tenth annual report of the Drinking Water Inspectorate in July. 1 New data from cryptosporidium monitoring suggest that the organism is widespread in drinking water but at low levels - with only one of 6,000 samples so far having breached the new legal standard.

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