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MARCELLUS, N.Y. — Fifty-six families were advised to boil their water for nearly three weeks after the spread.
ATLANTA — Proctor Creek is one of only 11 communities nationwide to be newly selected for the partnership.
FILLMORE, Calif. — Texaco installed an extraction and treatment system to remove benzene and toluene from the groundwater.
SEATTLE — The wells may contain contaminants such as benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes, cadmium, chromium and lead.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — There is typically a rise in nitrate levels this time of year because of all the fertilizers being used in the soil.
CHICAGO — The Urban Waters Federal Partnership works to reconnect urban residents with their waterways and open spaces.
WASHINGTON — The agencies will help to restore waterways and their environments, boost recreation, help local economies, create jobs and protect Americans’ health.
WASHINGTON — The leaders will be meeting in Grand Rapids, Mich. at 2:30 p.m. to announce the expansion of Urban Waters Federal Partnership.
NORFOLK, Va. — Officials have asked residents in the area to avoid Elizabeth River from Lamberts Point to Lafayette River for 24 hours.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Some of the chemicals the website found include arsenic and lead.