International Water Quality Meeting Set

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Abstract

The Declining Quality of Life is the theme of the Seventh International Water Quality Symposium to be held April 23–24, 1974, at the Statler Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C.

The two-day meeting, sponsored by the Water Quality Research Council, will feature concurrent sessions devoted to medical-health problems, water supply, and pollution and the environment. The following questions are among those to be discussed by more than eighty participants: How meaningful are drinking water standards? Does milk cause heart attacks? Is there a threshold for cancer? What can be done about backward utilities? How can commercial users customize water? Can fish and factories live together? What is the geography of death?

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