Well contamination may go far beyond Stamford

Jun 23, 2012 Full story: Connecticut Post

Health officials are urging all Connecticut residents with private wells to test their water for contamination after 31 percent of 628 wells in Stamford tested positive for the banned pesticides chlordane and dieldrin.

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Sandy Hook, CT

#1 Jun 23, 2012
2405 Old Town Rd., Bpt.
462 Fan Hill Rd., Monroe
46 Birch Hill Rd., Newtown
62 Park Ave., Shelton
12 Florence Dr., Shelton
95 Bayberry Ln., Westport
Powhatten Trail, Southbury-Seems to not exist on a map anymore, wonder if this is where they built the new condos at?
675 West Ave., Milford
33 Cutlers Farm Rd., Monroe
27 Cutlers Farm Rd., Monroe
19 Nozzle or Nosal Rd.,Haddam-Seems to be the only Illegal Landfill still listed on the DEP website of "Contaminated or potentially contaminated sites". I guess they can't spell either.
390 Pond St., Bpt.
400 Pond St., Bpt.
415 Chamberlain Ave., Bpt.
425 Chamberlain Ave., Bpt.
866 Sylvan Ave., Bpt.
876 Sylvan Ave., Bpt.
1453 Seaveiw Ave., Bpt
53 Seaveiw Ave., Bpt.
85 Seaveiw Ave., Bpt.
269 Dekalb Ave., Bpt
The suit states each site is illegal and will pollute the water.
Here are more sites from the same suit. Some appeals, all were lost and the dumpers were told to clean these up too.
Clearveiw Dr., Bpt.
1 Singer Ave., Bpt.
11 Valley Veiw Rd., Trumbull
694 Main St., Ansonia
These are all illegal dump sites from a suit Blumenthal illegally dismissed when he first took office. From the same dumpers that brought you Mt. Trashmore. Nobody ever paid a dime and this list is about 10-15 MT. Trashmores put together. These sites have been removed from the contaminated or potentially contaminated site list from the D.E.P. to help cover up Blumenthals illegal activity as Attorney General. This is all the stuff he swore to clean up when he first took office. Vietnam was a small lie compared to his actions as Attorney General. So if your water comes from a well near any of these addresses there is an excellent chance you have some demolished houses, which includes lead from plumbing and paint, asbestos and even medical waste in your drinking water. The state tests show stuff at 0.5 mg, but can be seen and harm you at 0.0001 mg. So with the 0.5 needing to be reached to be seen, the State will say your water is fine. Seems the State wants to pin all the contamination on someone elses pocket, like the lawn companies.
CTM

Sandy Hook, CT

#2 Jun 26, 2012
Does anyone realize Connecticut has twice the National average of breast cancer?

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