Arsenic Testing and Remediation: Ensuring Safe Water for All

US Water Consultants offers comprehensive testing and remediation services for arsenic in water. Our dedicated team uses advanced techniques to detect and eliminate arsenic risks, providing you with a safer, healthier environment.

Arsenic in Water Treatments for Clean Water Confidence

Arsenic treatment encompasses a diverse range of materials and techniques, offering effective solutions tailored to your specific needs. Depending on the arsenic levels in your water and the presence of other contaminants, both single-stage and double-stage systems are available. At US Water, we specialize in designing and constructing custom systems that perfectly match the requirements of your private utility.

Understanding the Health Impact of Arsenic Exposure

Arsenic exposure can have significant effects on human health, both in terms of non-cancer and cancer-related issues. Non-cancer effects may manifest as skin thickening, skin discoloration, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, numbness in hands and feet, partial paralysis, and even blindness. On the other hand, arsenic has been associated with various forms of cancer, including bladder, lung, skin, kidney, nasal passages, liver, and prostate cancer. Remarkably, even at levels as low as 4 parts per billion (ppb), arsenic has been found to expand blood vessels, while concentrations of 10 ppb and above have been linked to accelerated tumor growth.

Standards and Regulations for Arsenic Levels in Drinking Water

To safeguard consumers from the long-term and chronic effects of arsenic exposure, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has established a drinking water standard for arsenic at a concentration of 0.010 parts per million (ppm), equivalent to 10 ppb. This standard applies to public water systems and serves as a critical measure to protect an estimated 13 million Americans. Compliance with this standard is mandatory for water systems, and testing to meet the requirement must be completed by January 23, 2006.

For More Information

If you have additional questions or wish to explore more about arsenic in water, the State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services offers a wealth of informative water quality documents, including an in-depth resource on arsenic in water. 

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