Iron in water filtration – Burlington, Mass.

One of the more common contaminants reported by residents of Burlington is iron. The EPA maximum allowable level for iron in water as a secondary contaminant is .3 parts per million and for manganese is .05 parts per million (or 50 ppb). These contaminants often show...

Iron in water filtration – Bridgewater, Mass.

One of the more common contaminants reported by residents of Bridgewater is iron. The EPA maximum allowable level for iron in water as a secondary contaminant is .3 parts per million and for manganese is .05 parts per million (or 50 ppb). These contaminants often show...

Iron in water filtration – Billerica, Mass.

One of the more common contaminants reported by residents of Billerica is iron. The EPA maximum allowable level for iron in water as a secondary contaminant is .3 parts per million and for manganese is .05 parts per million (or 50 ppb). These contaminants often show...

Iron in water filtration – Boylston, Mass.

One of the more common contaminants reported by residents of Boylston is iron. The EPA maximum allowable level for iron in water as a secondary contaminant is .3 parts per million and for manganese is .05 parts per million (or 50 ppb). These contaminants often show up...

Iron in well water – Hudson, Massachusetts

One of the more common contaminants reported by residents of Hudson is iron. The EPA maximum allowable level for iron in water as a secondary contaminant is .3 parts per million and for manganese is .05 parts per million (or 50 ppb). These contaminants often show up...