Only 15 miles southwest from Worcester is the beautiful town of Charlton, MA. This old fashion New England town is located in Worcester County and a population of 12,981 according to the 2010 US census. Charlton was originally established as a part of Oxford and then separated in 1775 because of a law that made all Districts into Towns. Residents enjoy the town’s multiple parks and a highly rated school system, but due to the multiple minerals deposits in the earth and agriculture that surround the town, Charlton suffers from contaminated water.Since 1971, Charlton has had issues with Arsenic and Radon entering into the water supply. Both arsenic and radon are natural metals that are found in the soil of many towns throughout Massachusetts. Radon is a radioactive, odorless, tasteless noble gas that is created through the decaying of radium. Arsenic is an odorless, tasteless heavy metal that enters into local water supplies from natural deposits in the earth. Radon and Arsenic can cause serious health issues from long-term exposure. While the town is responsible for providing high-quality water, they can not control what enters into the water supply from the earth.If you are concern about arsenic and radon in your water supply then you can have your water tested at your home by your local Culligan man. We provide free water testing to the residents and businesses of Charlton, MA. We have the water solution to your arsenic and radon issue and can answer any question you may have about your town’s water supply. Installing one of our premium reverse osmosis system & water softeners will provide your home or business with healthy water every time you turn on the faucet. Contact us today to find the right water treatment solution for your home or business.