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Study Confirms Presence of Contaminants in Some New England Bedrock Groundwater, ID´s New Concerns, Determines Likely Locations

Jun 29th, 2012 | By

Potentially harmful levels of naturally occurring arsenic, uranium, radium, radon and manganese have been found in some bedrock groundwater that supplies drinking water wells in New England, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study. While the presence of contaminants, such as arsenic, in some groundwater was already known, this new study identifies several that hadn’t been previously identified. This new report also provides information on the type of bedrock geologic formations where high concentrations are most likely to be found, which will help identify areas most at risk of contamination.



Study Confirms Presence of Contaminants in Some New England Bedrock Groundwater

Jun 26th, 2012 | By

Study Confirms Presence of Contaminants in Some New England Bedrock Groundwater, ID’s New Concerns, Determines Likely Locations The report is posted online. The project website includes selected maps and more information. PEMBROKE, N.H. — Potentially harmful levels of naturally occurring arsenic, uranium, radium, radon and manganese have been found in some bedrock groundwater that supplies

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