How to read a report

The best ways to read reports about the mercury and other contaminants in our water are to look at the headline.

Most are written with a title that starts with “HOT ON THE LEFT.”

But some of the more obscure ones are written as “HOTT ON THE RIGHT,” “WATER IS HIDDEN FROM A VIEW,” or “HIDDEN IN A GLASSY SINK.”

You can find a listing of the most common headlines in the U.S. at The EPA’s Hazardous Substances Information Network.

To find out what’s in a report, try using the following terms: article ,report ,haystack ,water source Bloomberg

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