Methane Gas Contamination has City Taking Water Tests

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Article Courtesy of Larry Gavin | November 16th, 2016 | Evanston Round Table | Published as Educational Material

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Awareness about the safety of drinking water is rising through people. Residents of James Park neighborhood, Illinois, were concerned that methane gas is becoming concentrated and pressurized fewer than 60 feet and exceeding safety level for drinking water. Residents filed petition to City Council to test drinking water for contaminants. The City Council assured about the present water being safe from contamination adding that this does not mean it will not be unsafe tomorrow. Read more about it here.

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