N.H. Becomes Second State To Sharply Lower Arsenic Limit In Drinking Water
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Governor Chris Sununu on Friday signed a bill adopting a stricter limit on arsenic in the state’s drinking water.
The new standard will require local water systems, landfills and others to limit how much arsenic they allow in the water supply to 5 parts per billion – half the federal default.
New Hampshire is only the second state in the country to make such a change, after New Jersey.