DWI calls for improvements in pesticide monitoring

A report by the Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) has called for more widespread monitoring of water supplies for the most commonly used pesticides, particularly in non-agricultural applications.1 While breaches of pesticide limits have been declining, those involving compounds such as glyphosate and carbendazim may be being overlooked.

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