Subdivision’s well target of more state tests after carcinogen detected (NC)

Health officials plan additional tests at a Sylva subdivision after finding a carcinogenic compound in a resident’s drinking water.  So far, the problem remains isolated to a single kitchen sink in one house, where hexavalent chromium was detected at a level North Carolina health officials consider troublesome – .10 micrograms per liter above the .07 mcg/L threshold.     Read the article………..


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