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Proliferación de algas nociva (Spanish)
Treatment options based on well water test results:
The greatest risk of well water contamination with this chemical is being located near a site that routinely uses firefighter foam. If you live near a military base, fire station, airport, or another site that uses firefighter foam, you might consider having your water tested for PFAS. More information below.
The greatest risk of well water being contaminated with one of these solvent chemicals is living near a current or past site of a dry cleaner or auto mechanic shop. More information on these chemicals below.
BTEX is the common acronym for a group of chemicals that include Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylene. The greatest risk of well water being contaminated with one of these chemicals is living near a current or past site of a gas station. More information on these chemicals below.
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