On Monday, June 21st, we collected two more samples, and sent them off for analysis. Today we received the results from the lab. They appear in the table below.
|Location||Applied||June 3rd||June 9th||June 15th||June 21st|
|Site 1||1.5 ppm||0.202 ppm||0.121 ppm||n/a||n/a|
|Site 2||1.5 ppm||0.930 ppm||0.127 ppm||n/a||n/a|
|Site 3||1.5 ppm||0.510 ppm||0.113 ppm||0.098 ppm||0.059 ppm|
|Site 4||2.0 ppm||0.085 ppm||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Site 5||2.0 ppm||0.160 ppm||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Site 6||2.0 ppm||0.145 ppm||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Site 7||2.0 ppm||0.123 ppm||n/a||0.093 ppm||0.065|
|Site 8||2.0 ppm||0.332 ppm||n/a||0.088 ppm||n/a|
|Site 9||0.0||0.015 ppm||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|Site 10||0.0||n/a||n/a||0.031 ppm||n/a|
We took only two samples this time, just to confirm the continuing decrease in concentration. Based on these results we will take samples at all 10 locations next Monday, and hope to have the State lift the next restriction (drinking lake water) later next week.
[note: we still do not recommend drinking from the lake, for a variety of other reasons]