Activist Erin Brockovich, right, talks with water treatment expert Robert W. Bowcock during a community forum on drinking water safety in Stockton in 2015. California officials just eliminated the drinking water standard for chrome 6, the chemical made famous in the 2000 movie about Brockovich.
Activist Erin Brockovich, right, talks with water treatment expert Robert W. Bowcock during a community forum on drinking water safety in Stockton in 2015. California officials just eliminated the drinking water standard for chrome 6, the chemical made famous in the 2000 movie about Brockovich. Clifford Oto/The Record Stockton Record
Activist Erin Brockovich, right, talks with water treatment expert Robert W. Bowcock during a community forum on drinking water safety in Stockton in 2015. California officials just eliminated the drinking water standard for chrome 6, the chemical made famous in the 2000 movie about Brockovich. Clifford Oto/The Record Stockton Record

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