Drinking Water http://nhpr.org en Addressing Arsenic http://nhpr.org/post/addressing-arsenic <p>Most well-known as a poison once used between political or personal rivals, arsenic is now causing more problems at very low levels in our well water and food. We're looking into the sources of arsenic, the toxic effects it has on our health, and how to remediate it.</p><p><strong><u>GUESTS</u>:</strong></p> Thu, 24 Oct 2013 13:00:00 +0000 Laura Knoy 37269 at http://nhpr.org Addressing Arsenic What's in Your Water? High Arsenic in 1 in 5 NH Wells. http://nhpr.org/post/whats-your-water-high-arsenic-1-5-nh-wells <p>About 40 percent of New Hampshire residents get their drinking water from private wells. The&nbsp;<a href="http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/dwgb/well_testing/index.htm">Department of Environmental Services </a>is encouraging well owners to test their water for arsenic, but unlike municipal water supplies, testing isn&rsquo;t mandatory. And colorless, odorless contaminants abound in the Granite State. Fri, 22 Jun 2012 20:49:17 +0000 Sam Evans-Brown 7434 at http://nhpr.org What's in Your Water? High Arsenic in 1 in 5 NH Wells.