State (MA) asks Danvers homeowners for permission to test for arsenic

Residents who live near Brown Pond and at the Winding Brook Village Condominiums in the area of Purchase and Ash streets are being asked by state environmental officials for permission to go on their properties to see how widespread arsenic contamination might be from a former tannery that was torn down a century ago.    Read the article…………..


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