Gasses bubble up in man’s well

A resident in former Chatham Township whose well has been contaminated
with pump-clogging sediment since turbine construction began around his
property is now dealing with gasses bubbling up his well casing when he turns
his pump on.

Dave Lusk’s multi-generational farm had been providing clean, clear drinking water for many years. But not only does he now have to run his water through an expensive, multi-filter system which still clogs due to the volume of sediment coming up, ...

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Answers needed

When it comes to the water well issues faced by an ever-increasing number
of home owners in north Chatham-Kent since construction began on wind
turbines, it seems the people have reached their saturation point with
government stalling on the issue.

As stated in our story on page 9 of this edition, the lack of answers from Queen’s Park on when the people can expect to see a health hazard investigation into the potential hazards of drinking ...

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Water well proponents won’t give up

The contingent of people who headed to Queen’s Park recently to demand
answers about a promised health hazard investigation are disappointed with
the government’s response but are not giving up.

Former Water Wells First member Kevin Jakubec went to Toronto with Essex MPP Taras Natyshak and Dover residents Marc
and Marilynn St. Pierre to find out when the government was going to get them answers on the toxicity of the well water contaminated by black shale particles, ...

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Still no answers on well water concerns

water-filter
Families depending on water wells in the Chatham-Kent area for their water
supply travelled to Toronto recently to collect on the commitments
Ontario Premier Doug Ford made to investigate the sediments polluting
the area’s water wells.

Essex MPP Taras Natyshak held a press conference June 5 at Queen’s Park with representatives of the families that struggle with contaminated water wells, as well ...

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Pressure applied at Queen’s Park for C-K water wells probe

Mitchell’s Bay-area resident and cancer survivor Marilynn St. Pierre travelled
to Queen’s Park Wednesday to ask the Doug Ford Progressive Conservative
government to honour a promise to look into water problems in the north area
of Chatham-Kent.

Marilynn St. Pierre travelled Wednesday from the Mitchell’s Bay area to Queen’s Park to ask the Progressive Conservative government to honour a promise to look into water problems in the north area of Chatham-Kent.

“My water supply is horribly ...

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MPP, Water Wells First and OGWA call on Ontario government to keep well water testing promises

Families depending on water wells in the Chatham-Kent area for their water
supply travelled to Queens Park to pressure the provincial government
to investigate the sediments polluting the area’s water wells.

NDP Member of Provincial Parliament Taras Natyshack held a news conference on June 5 at Queen’s Park with representatives of the families that struggle to use contaminated water wells.

Read More by clicking on link below.

https://www.groundwatercanada.com/news/water-wells-first-lobbies-ontario-government-for-action-on-chatham-kent-issues-4702?jjj=1559859914142

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C-K Water Test Found to Favour Samsung; AVOID Doing It

 

 

Water Wells First has learnt the water test offered by the Municipality at a recent Water Wells First meeting only works against the community’s interest and unfairly favors Samsung and North Kent Wind shareholders. The test does not test for black shale particles known to contain heavy metals. The Municipality invested nearly $8 Million in North Kent Wind so it’s very disappointing that C-K Administration would try to mislead its taxpayer’s so badly.

https://chathamvoice.com/2019/02/06/add-declining-property-values-to-water-wells-problems/

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Our Official Prediction That We Are Hanging Our Hat On

 

 

On a final note. We’re going to go so far as to make an official prediction based on dealing with elected officials and their bureaucrats. We’ve worked on this issue & have consistently raised the Alarm over black shale polluting water wells in our community since February 2016. Experience tells us that nothing elected officials promise is really what they deliver.

So here’s our official prediction. This is one that we are hanging our hat on. Today’s date is November 29, ...

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