Off by 27 times? UC Berkeley study authors claim EPA’s limit for iodine-131 in drinking water is 81 pCi/liter — Actually only 3 pCi/liter

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EPA radiation monitoring exists so Feds can say they have a system — Not to report data that would undermine public support for nuclear power, thinks watchdog

“The easiest way to not have any concern over data is to have no data at all,” said Hirsch

Idaho Paper: EPA’s “RadNet monitors were shipped out of Boise Tuesday” — Don’t expect an update any time soon

Radioactive tritium has leaked from 75% of U.S. nuke plants — Drinking wells were contaminated in Illinois and Minnesota

EPA posts latest radiation data: Cesium-137 in Delaware drinking water above “Maximum Contaminant Level”

Drinking Water RadNet Laboratory Analysis, EPA, June 2, 2011:

“A Massive Cover-up”: Texas officials directed staff to change test results that showed drinking water exceeded EPA radiation limits

Watchdog: Inexplicable that EPA shut down Fukushima radiation monitoring after finding high levels of radiation in drinking water

Physician: US should continue monitoring milk, rain because of Fukushima — It “always” turns out that radiation is higher than first thought

Canada and U.S. cut back radiation reporting, CBC News, May 9, 2011

Nuclear expert: “I really am horrified” that Feds abandoned Fukushima radiation monitoring

EPA will no longer conduct radiation monitoring related to Fukushima — Results have not been updated for almost a week

Radioactive Strontium Found in Hawaii Milk

New EPA radiation tests show Cesium in California rainwater at highest level since crisis began

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New EPA data shows iodine-131 in Los Angeles tap water — Still no testing for radioactive cesium

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State and city NOT testing drinking water for radioactivity because of EPA — EPA is “taking the lead”

EPA: Florida rain has third most Cs-134 and fifth most I-131 of 72 samples taken in US

Precipitation, EPA RadNet Laboratory Data, April 13, 2011

Top Hawaii health official calls out Forbes’ journalist for reporting Hilo milk exceeds EPA radiation level… then admits he is “technically correct”

Honolulu Star Advertiser, April 12, 2011

Amount of radiation in 3 gallons of milk from Hilo, Hawaii surpasses annual maximum contaminant level set by EPA

Cesium and iodine both at least 600% above EPA’s maximum contaminant level in Hawaii milk

Milk sample in Hilo, Hawaii collected April 4, 2011

Arkansas milk 300% above EPA’s maximum contaminant level for radioactive iodine-131… 11 days ago

EPA: New Radiation Highs in Little Rock Milk, Forbes blog

Cesium-137 levels in Vermont milk at 66% of maximum contaminant level allowed by EPA

“Cesium-137 has been found in American milk—in Montpelier, Vermont—for the first time since the Japan nuclear disaster began”

Phoenix milk sample exceeds EPA’s maximum contaminant level for radioactive iodine-131

“Milk Contamination At EPA Maximum”

Mystery? Washington air monitor shows sustained radiation spike on March 31, then goes out of service… Same city where iodine-131 found in drinking water

EPA finds radiation in Richland tap water… One of only two spots in the whole country

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