Uranium

Uranium

Radioactive, metallic element with the atomic number 92

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July 15, 2019
WebWire
EMSL's corporate headquarters has added radiological analysis parameters to its North Carolina drinking water certification. Naturally occurring Uranium is a very common radioactive element in the ground that lead to increased levels of gross alpha, uranium, radon and radium in your water. These radionuclides can contaminate private well water and create potential health concerns for the occupants of the houses., , , , Unlike community water systems, private wells are not regulated or routinel...
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