But a lot of the medical people say it isn't worth your life or the lives of your loved ones.
Arsenic like that builds up in your body over time.
It was originally owned by Fort Industry Broadcasting, owned by George B. Fort Industry, which would later be renamed Storer Broadcasting, also owned WJBK radio (1500 AM, now WLQV, and 93.1 FM, now WDRQ).
The station originally operated from Detroit's Masonic Temple until 1956, when its operations were moved to a purpose-built studio facility on Second Avenue in Detroit's New Center section.
In it, My Fox Detroit reports that: There is a mystery in Marine City.
I know several people in Marine City and its surrounding townships that have small levels of Arsenic in the well water on their land.
From what I understand, this isn't enough to hurt you if you just use it for showers (even though your flesh is your largest organ, so that may not be true--as this evidence suggests).
This shows there is something in the water that is not healthy that you shouldn't be drinking.
Generally speaking it is the places in Chesterfield or the Meijer at 26 Mile that are the places closest to Marine City that sell fresh water that can fill your water jugs safely.