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Water Not Safe to Drink US EPA, NN EPA, CDCFound to Contain Unsafe Levels of Uranium

Water Not Safe to Drink US EPA, NN EPA, CDCFound to Contain Unsafe Levels of Uranium

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WATER NOT SAFE TO DRINK: The following unregulated wells were tested by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Navajo Nation EPA (NN EPA), or the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and found to contain unsafe levels of Uranium
People should not drink water from these wells.
WATER NOT SAFE TO DRINK: The following unregulated wells were tested by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Navajo Nation EPA (NN EPA), or the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and found to contain unsafe levels of Uranium
People should not drink water from these wells.

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WATER NOT SAFE TO DRINK

The following unregulated wells were tested by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Navajo Nation EPA (NN EPA), or the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and found to contain unsafe levels of Uranium

People should not drink water from these wells
Well ID 16B-38 (CCC–E-9) 16T-521 – Platero Well Badger Spring (Black Falls) Paddock Well (Black Falls) 3A-155–Tohatchi Spring (Black Falls) 16-4-10–Lime Ridge/Pine Tree Well 17M-99 (ID not on well) 12-7-12 – Ellison Dug Well 8A-179 08A_180 17M – 66 (Ganado) Chapter Baca, NM Baca, NM Cameron, AZ Cameron, AZ Cameron, AZ Church Rock, NM Cornfields, AZ Cove, AZ Dennehotso, AZ Dennehotso, AZ Ganado, AZ Well ID 8K-433 – Old Number 8A-299 5M-74 – Box Springs (Black Falls) 17T-559 Lower Greasewood 10T-241A Monument Pass Well 9Y-12 9Y-32 16T-519 – Largo Corral Well 9T-550 9T-586 10R-51 B Chapter Kayenta, AZ Leupp, AZ Lower Greasewood, AZ Many Farms, AZ Oljato, UT Red Mesa, AZ Red Mesa, AZ Smith Lake, NM Sweetwater, AZ Sweetwater, AZ Tselani, AZ

Other contaminants that are harmful to humans have been frequently found in livestock wells. Navajo Nation policy is that livestock-use-only wells are not to be used for human drinking water.
For more information about livestock well sampling results and regulated sources of safe drinking water, please contact: LOOK FOR THESE SIGNS TO IDENTIFY URANIUM CONTAMINATED WATER SOURCES: At the Well: In the Chapter House:

Navajo Public Water System Supervision Program (928) 871-7715 www.navajopublicwater.org
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