One of the largest public health housing complexes in Manhattan reported to have unsafe levels of arsenic in the building’s water supply. Residents were not informed of the contamination until last Friday, despite officials knowing about the test results two weeks earlier.
Arsenic is a Class I human carcinogen.
>>Read the story here: Toxic arsenic levels make tap water unsafe for thousands in New York City
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