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Water Safety Concerns In Delmar

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DELMAR, Del. - Environmental protecting agency is testing water samples from multiple sites around the town, after a chemical contaminant was found in the groundwater.

The chemical in question is a degreasing agent, most commonly used in the textile industry and in dry-cleaning products.

The agency said it currently does not pose a health risk, but it does warrant an investigation.

The EPA expects to deliver a report in June.

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