Six new monitoring wells will soon be installed in and near downtown Santa Fe to determine if contaminants from businesses have polluted the city’s groundwater or reached the Santa Fe River.
The city of Santa Fe and the state Environment Department are working together on the project, which is funded through the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s brownfield program. Brownfields are areas potentially contaminated by waste or leaks from buried fuel tanks, manufacturing operations, dry cleaning establishments and other business operations.
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