Bottled water is a temporary alternative for well owners with arsenic in their wells, North Carolina regulators said. The state ranks fourth-highest in the nation for the number of people who are likely to have high levels of arsenic in their drinking water wells, a new federal study shows.
Bottled water is a temporary alternative for well owners with arsenic in their wells, North Carolina regulators said. The state ranks fourth-highest in the nation for the number of people who are likely to have high levels of arsenic in their drinking water wells, a new federal study shows. Chuck Fadely Miami Herald Staff
Bottled water is a temporary alternative for well owners with arsenic in their wells, North Carolina regulators said. The state ranks fourth-highest in the nation for the number of people who are likely to have high levels of arsenic in their drinking water wells, a new federal study shows. Chuck Fadely Miami Herald Staff