Yep...his East Windsor is one of them.
Tom Davis sums up: "Although the water provided by local agencies does not exceed the U.S. Environmental Protection's maximum of 100 parts per billion of total chromium, most exceed 0.02 parts per billion, a level that California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment set as a public health goal in 2011, the study explains. That level "would pose negligible risk over a lifetime of consumption," according to the study."
East Windsor's samples averaged 0.031 ppb with a high of 0.087 ppb
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