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Stolen Inventory (National): Acknowledgments
Principal Authors: Kristan Markey, Timothy Kropp, Richard Wiles, Jane Houlihan, and Chris Campbell
Web design and graphics: T.C. Greenleaf and Kristan Markey
Special thanks to Hema Subramanian and Carrie Gouldin for their help on the project.
The Environmental Working Group would like to thank the following foundations whose support made this project possible: The Henry Luce Foundation, The Beldon Fund, the John Merck Fund, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Streisand Foundation, and the Wallace Global Fund. The opinions expressed in the Stolen Inventory report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the supporters listed above. EWG is responsible for any errors of fact or interpretation contained in this report.
We would also like to thank The Agua Fund, The New York Community Trust, and the Park Foundation for supporting the creation of EWG's National Tap Water Quality Database, which helps demonstrate the need for a stronger Toxics Release Inventory.