Are black solids polluting your well water?
Would you like to know what those black solids are made of?
Would you like to know if the black solids are black shale?
🚩Unfortunately the truth is, the MOECC (Ministry of Environment & Climate Change) and the Chatham-Kent Municipality simply do not test the black solids to tell you what they are.
See for yourself
🤔So how is this science? So how is this looking for a health hazard given that a health hazard defined under the Ontario Protection and Promotion Act can be a substance, thing, plant or animal other than man or a solid, liquid, gas or combination of any of them; that has or that is likely to have an adverse effect on the health of any person.
See for yourself
✅If you have black solids polluting your well water, contact Water Wells First because we are actually testing the black solids to see if black shale is confirmed present.
So why would you care if you have black shale polluting your water supply?
You would care because black shale has been recognized as an environmental hazard.
See for yourself by opening the PDF document called “Black Shale as an Environmental Hazard”
It is a proven fact that black shale contains heavy metals such as arsenic, mercury, lead, uranium.
So, would you not expect Doctor Colby – Chief Medical Officer for Chatham-Kent to investigate complaints of black solids polluting water wells in Chatham-Kent?
❓And even more, would you not also expect Doctor Colby – Chief Medical Officer for Chatham-Kent to investigate these black solids for any potential carcinogenic effects, over daily long term exposure?
Would you not expect our municipality to ask questions about the black solids that are now polluting water wells in Dover and Chatham Townships. We are talking about black shale entering drinking water supplies. There is nothing frivolous about this. Our children and grandchildren deserve safe water and proper diligence from our officials.
Do you think if you are on a water line that you are immune to this problem. Think again!
Everyone in this municipality who uses water or pays a property tax bill is affected by this.
Help us and yourself by asking these questions to Mayor Hope (email email@example.com) and Council (email firstname.lastname@example.org) that we at Water Wells First asked to Chatham-Kent Municipality on Oct 30th 2017.
✅Feel free to copy and paste the questions below into your correspondence with Mayor Hope or Council.
1) Will the Chatham-Kent Municipality ask Dr Colby-Chief Medical Officer to investigate and identify the substances found in the undissolved solids polluting a number of Water Wells in Dover and Chatham townships?
2) Will the Chatham-Kent Municipality ask Dr Colby- Chief Medical Officer to investigate and identify any of the substances found in the undissolved solids polluting a number of Water Wells in Dover and Chatham townships for potential carcinogenic effects?
💡3) Will the Chatham-Kent Municipality recognize the Ontario Health Prevention and Promotion Act’s definition of a Health Hazard?
Under the Ontario Health Prevention and Promotion Act a “health hazard” means,
(a) a condition of a premise
(b) a substance, thing, plant or animal other than man, or
(c) a solid, liquid, gas or combination of any if them, that has or that is likely to have an adverse effect on the health of any person.
4) Will the Chatham-Kent Municipality recognize that Black Shale is an Environmental Hazard?
5) Will the Chatham-Kent Municipality recognize that it is in the community’s best interests and welfare to investigate water wells polluted with the presence of undissolved solids Black in appearance for the presence of Black Shale?
6) Will the Chatham-Kent Municipality based on the definition of a Health Hazard as defined by the Ontario Protection and Promotion Act, that a Health Hazard can be in a solid form, ask Dr Colby-Chief Medical Officer to investigate the polluted water wells in Dover and Chatham township’s for the presence of Kettle Point Black Shale?
On the record Water Wells First on Oct 30th 2017 asked the Municipality to invite Dr. Colby to a Water Wells First public meeting to be held Nov 7th 2017 at 7pm at Country View Golf Club.
Dr Colby we ask you to attend to further explain your opinions that you shared with the public at the North Kent Wind public meeting that was held in Pain Court recently.
🤔Dr Colby can you please also bring the studies and test results for any or all of the claims you made at the recent Pain Court meeting.