Uranium and Radon in Private Bedrock Well Water in Maine: Geospatial Analysis at Two Scales

Uranium and Radon in Private Bedrock Well Water in Maine: Geospatial Analysis at Two Scales

In greater Augusta of central Maine, 53 out of 1093 (4.8%) private bedrock well water samples from 1534 km[2] contained [U] >30 μg/L, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for drinking …


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Author: Phil Petroska

Phil is an ASHI Certified Inspector and has performed well over a thousand inspections in Maine and New Hampshire since 2001, doing business as North Country Home Inspections. Phil is a licensed assessor for Healthy Home Checkup™ and a State of Maine licensed radon air and water tester. In addition, he is well versed in sample collection techniques for lead, uranium, arsenic and other water borne contaminates