And if you think that you don't need experts to manage your water, then why don't you try doing some research on all of the possible things that you might want to test in your water, how to keep bacteria and biofilm from growing in your distribution system, and double check some of those statements about where the major sources of radon come from.
Why does the initiative require that the water be tested for radon every year? Aren't we all also concerned with rates? If we test the water for radon and get a non-detect every year for 10 years should we still keep testing it? I think this is way too specific to be included in a public trust initiative. This initiative does not leave room for experts to do their jobs.
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