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Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey · Page 10

Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Friday, July 31, 1987
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Asbury Park PressFriday, July 31, 1987 A9 New law establishes bottled water standards ".Press State House Bureau - r.r TRENTON Legislation establishing health standards for bottled water sold or manufactured in New Jersey was signed into law yesterday ... . by Gov. Kean. ' -.. The legislation, sponsored by As-. Jsemblymen John Paul Doyle, D-;Ocean, and Robert W. Singer, R-Ocean, and Senate President John F. Russo, D-Ocean, requires bottling plants to test the water for contaminants identified as hazardous under the "Safe Drinking Water Act," which regulates public community water systems. "There has been a big gap in the law concerning water quality standards for bottled water and water quality standards for public community water systems," Singer said. Woman from Atlantic City killed, daughter injured in Parkway crash Press Manahawkin Bureau WARETOWN An Atlantic City woman was killed and her daughter seriously injured in a one-car accident at mile post 70.5 of the Garden State Parkway, here, Wednesday. Concetta R. Cummins, 57, a passenger in a vehicle driven by Robert Beruffi, 20, Absecon, was killed when the southbound vehicle they were in left the roadway at about 4:50 p.m, traveled through the brush next to the shoulder of the road, went up a hill and then struck an abutment at the Ware- town Road overpass, according to state police at the Bass River barracks. Mary Cummins, 19, Mrs. Cummins daughter, also was a passenger in the vehicle at the time of the accident. All three were taken to Southern Ocean County Hospital by the Waretown First Aid Squad, where Mrs. Cummins was pronounced dead. Miss Cummins was listed in serious condition in the hospital's intensive care unit yesterday. Beruffi was treated and released. Trooper Tom Mihalkovitz is investigating. "Bottled water is supposed to be a healthy alternative ' for consumers," Russo added. "The new law will help keep it that way." The new law prohibits plants from selling bottled water containing a level of contaminants above the maximum level established by the Department of Environmental Protection. Those who fail to comply will be penalized in accordance with existing regulations for community water systems. The law also requires bottled water labels to indicate where it came and include an expiration date of two years from the date of bottling. The legislation, effective immediately, requires initial testing to begin within one year of the bill's enactment. Plants are thereafter required to test for the presence of contaminants semi-annually and for contamination levels annually. Bradley bill aims to expand home care under Medicare Press Brick Township Bureau LAKE WOOD Sen. Bill Bradley, D-N.J., a member of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, will hold a public hearing here Monday on plans to expand the Medicare coverage of home health care. The hearing is set for 9 a.m. at the Eleanor Levovitz Senior Citizen Apartments, 500 Clifton Ave. It will focus on legislation Bradley has introduced expanding home health care benefits and improving the quality of such care. The hearing is a follow-up to one Bradley held in Newark last year to solicit testimony from Medicare recipients on health care providers and the Medicare home health benefit system. Legislation introduced by the senator earlier this yi.ji - alls for detailing eligibility standauU, upgrading the training of health caie providers and requiring accountability from those providers, according to John Steele of Bradley's press office. Bradley believes clearer standards will prevent applicants from being arbitrarily denied benefits, Steele said. 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