Although the recommended test apparently costs about $20 for residents to use, resolving the issue will not be as quick and simple. Arsenic reduction can occur simultaneously with a treatment that reduces or removes iron from the water.
The article references coliform bacteria showing up in test results, although many individuals are unaware that coliform is not necessary pathogenic, or disease-causing. Coliform’s presence suggests the possible presence of illness-causing bacteria such as E-coli, although not necessarily.
Elevated levels of chlorine also triggered concerns for residents even though that issue seemed to have been more easily addressed and resolved.
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-The Berkey Guy