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Well water testing offered in Breezy Point

AW Research is offering a reduced rate in partnership with the Pelican Lakes Association and Pelican Lakes Conservation Club to test well water. The company will test well water for nitrates, arsenic and bacteria for $48. Staff will be available ...

AW Research is offering a reduced rate in partnership with the Pelican Lakes Association and Pelican Lakes Conservation Club to test well water.

The company will test well water for nitrates, arsenic and bacteria for $48. Staff will be available at the Pelican Lakes Conservation Club pancake breakfast in Breezy Point from 8-11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 14.

Tests must be prepaid. Participants will receive a sterile bottle and instructions on how to take a proper sample. Bring the sample back to the breakfast or drop it off at the lab at the Brainerd Lakes Regional Airport. AW Research will mail results and provide advice on any

action that may be needed if tested well water is not safe.

Private wells should be tested every two or three years. Some wells in the areas around Pelican Lake have dangerous levels of arsenic. Bacteria in your well can make you sick.

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