Radiation in Public Wells Around the US. contamination is being discovered but what are our public suppliers not telling us? …Read the Rest
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In a Memorandum dated February 9, 2009
The members of the New Jersey Drinking Water Quality Institute (Institute) are pleased to submit to you their recommendation for a Maximum Contaminant Level for radon in drinking water.
Last week, the federal Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry issued a health advisory more than two months after investigators discovered high levels of chromium in a building near Midland Avenue and Grand Street.
If your water supply is a private well, you are personally responsible for testing and treating the water to avoid health risks. Your major concerns should be microbial pathogens (bacteria, virus and parasites) in the water supply. This is especially important if your well is near a septic tank, or an area subject to animal wastes or nitrates
Many of us take it for granted that the city is doing everything it could possibly do to protect us. The fact is they comply with what they have to but is it enough? Unfortunately it is not and it is in our hands as consumers to fill the gaps to help protect ourselves. Below are some of the concerns about our city water and how we can prevent these contaminants from invading our lives, and water treatment options you have.