View the towns in Massachusetts that may exceed the arsenic in drinking water standards and learn why water well testing is important.
62,000 New Hampshire residents may be drinking arsenic contaminated water, according to NH’s Department of Environmental Services
Arsenic is prevalent in Massachusetts water wells from Amesbury, Dunstable to Dudley. Learn where it's located and what this means.
A recent study found that 50% of the wells in New Hampshire had some level of arsenic contamination. Learn water testing and treatment options.
If you live in New Hampshire and use a water well, your water has a one in five chance of containing arsenic. Learn how to eliminate arsenic.
Arsenic deposits appear naturally, but also enters groundwater related to semiconductor manufacturing and petroleum production. Learn more.
Arsenic is a Class 1 carcinogen and ranks number 1 on the Priority List of Hazardous Substances. Learn how to eliminate arsenic from well water.
A hazard homeowners are becoming more aware of is the incidence of arsenic in drinking water. Arsenic is a toxic chemical that needs to be treated. Learn more.