What is the current status of well water contamination in N Stamford from old facilities in the Scofieldtown area? How far away has it been found?

Asked by Bill, Stamford, CT Wed Jun 6, 2012

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Laura Feghali, Agent, Stamford, CT
Wed Jun 6, 2012
Hi Bill,
Check out the map of wells tested on the city's web page as well as other pertinent information concerning well water. Here is the link:


Hope this is helpful.

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Jay Cooke, Agent, Greenwich, CT
Wed Jun 6, 2012
Hi Bill,

That question is best answered by the professionals in this field at City Hall. Their contact information is below:

Office of Public Safety Health and Welfare
Phone: (203) 977-4153
Address: Stamford Government Center
888 Washington Blvd

When buying a home with a well, the water should always be tested. Another part of the due diligence is pullings the home's file file at City Hall. The public records may help in determiming whether there is and may have been any health concerns with the water, septic etc.

Jay Cooke
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Timothy Vale, Agent, Stamford, CT
Wed Jun 6, 2012

One excellent resource for this issue is the City of Stamford's website at cityofstamford.org. From there, the issue is discussed and a map is present showing the areas of contamination and the specific chemicals. On the website uses the pull down menu for departments and choose Health Department. From there on the left is Well Water Testing. That will give you a brief update. From there phone the Health Department with anything further. THey can best comment on the well water remediation process moreso than any realtor. They are a great resource.


Tim Vale
The Higgins Group
Stamford, CT
(203) 621-8541
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