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May 5, 2017

Nick DeRose, a managing principal at Langan, a prominent environmental engineering, science and consulting firm, is our guest.

He tells us about 'emerging contaminants' which is the term used for a number of chemical compounds that are appearing in an alarming number of locations including public drinking water supplies.

They are believed to be toxic at very low levels and pose significant regulatory and technical challenges for governments, manufacturers and remediation firms that are charged with cleaning them up.

A one-day course at Montclair State University on June 8 will explore the topic in detail. Enviro-Events Calendar has the registration and info link