Arsenic and old wells

There's now an asenic removal system on the market for American homeowners. It's estimated by the EPA that 15% of the country's private drinking water wells produce water with too much arsenic.

There's now an asenic removal system on the market for American homeowners. It's estimated by the EPA that 15% of the country's private drinking water wells produce water with too much arsenic. Culligan is now selling a system that will remove that arsenic and they even offer a digital monitoring system to report to the home owner the water's arsenic levels. The arsenic in water problem is global. I've blogged previously about estimates that over 100-million humans are gradually poisoning themselves by drinking arsenic-laced water. Often the source of the arsenic is natural not industrial.