Road salt taints wells in Charlton (MA); state seeks alternate water source for condos

According to the state Department of Environmental Protection, the condo association also faces challenges from iron and manganese — naturally-occurring minerals — and the high salt concentrations are likely affecting chemical treatment of those minerals. The result sometimes is orange or reddish-colored commodes, bathtubs and water filters at the site.     Read more…….


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