NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Waters today said that it would offer water authorities in the US a complimentary drinking water analysis for common over-the-counter and prescription antidepressant pharmaceuticals.
 
The Milford, Mass.-based firm said that the “limited time” offer would be available to any US water authority that serves more than 100,000 customers. Such authorities can submit a request to the company to perform the analysis on tap water. Waters did not disclose the length of the limited time offer.
 

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