Contaminated groundwater in Indy concerns EPA

Some news out of Indianapolis this morning. It's been announced by the Environmental Protection Agency that it's considering adding a site in the Keystone Corridor to the Superfund National Priorities List because of groundwater contamination,
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Some news out of Indianapolis this morning.
It's been announced by the Environmental Protection Agency that it's considering adding a site in the Keystone Corridor to the Superfund National Priorities List because of groundwater contamination, according to an article the Indianapolis Star on Tuesday.
The article goes on to say that the Indiana Department of Environmental Management hasn't been able to identify the source of the contaminants, and that more than 13,844 people use drinking water from the five municipal wells in the area.
For more information about the Superfund list and about the contamination, read the rest of the article here.
If you're in the Indianapolis area and have concerns about your water, contact your local Culligan Ma n to discuss your options, or visit him on Facebook.