DIMOCK, PA--The Environmental Protection Agency was unable to find water contamination during its initial test of well water in Dimock, Pennsylvania.
A handful of residents claim their water was contaminated by natural gas drilling.
On Thursday, regulators received results for 11 homes in the village. They say none of the homes showed any elevated levels of contamination from gas drilling.
Water samples from six of the 11 homes showed sodium, methane, chromium or bacteria, but at safe levels.
Arsenic was found in the well water of two homes, but at low levels as well.