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UK Against Fluoridation

Saturday, June 02, 2018

USA Swansea Water District receives fluoridation award

SWANSEA — The Swansea Water District received the Water Fluoridation Quality Award from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the 11th consecutive year.
The Waster District is required to meet standards that include the proper adjustment of fluoride concentration in the drinking water and by achieving a monthly average fluoride level that is in the proper range for 12 consecutive months in a year. The District is required to document the fluoride levels in the CDC water fluoridation reporting system.
Over four million residents of the state in 138 communities receive fluoridation in the water. The main benefit are fewer cavities. The fluoride levels are monitored and sent to the Office of Oral Health.
The Swansea Water District received its first award in 2006 and has received one each year since then. Because the awards are presented a year behind, the honor that the Water District received this year was for 2016 reporting.
Michael Bacon is the lead operator for the treatment plant and has Michael Amaral, Bryan Byrnes and Nicholas Moniz working with him.

Isn't this admitting that there are water districts that do not regulate the fluoride to these standards?


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