Minnesota health department urging well water users to test for arsenic

Minnesota health department urging well water users to test for arsenic

The Minnesota Department of Health is urging users of well water to have their well water tested for arsenic after the department began seeing the contaminant show up in wells at a “decent rate.”

According to a story from KARE 11 in Minneapolis, about ten percent of the wells in the state are being found to exceed the drinking water standard for arsenic. Anything over 10 parts per billion exceeds that standard.

Locate the Culligan Man in your area to schedule an arsenic test for your well water. You can watch the news clip below for more information about arsenic in Minnesota’s well water.

Hi, I'm LuLu the Culligan Lady! I'm here to talk to you about better water -- pure and simple! Hey, Culligan Man!