Castaic Lake, New York is known for its abundant algae and a history of industrial waste.
But that doesn’t mean it’s the only place in New England where you can’t enjoy a nice swim in its waters.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, Lake Oswego is the second-most toxic lake in New Jersey, after Lake Union.
That’s because it has the second highest amount of PCBs per capita in the country, behind Lake Union in Pennsylvania.
The EPA has since updated its list of “safe” levels of PCB levels, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
The agency also found that the lake has high levels of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and other hazardous chemicals, and is the third most polluted lake in the US.
Here are some of the other places in New Hampshire where you could enjoy a good swim in Castaic’s waters: The town of Campustown is one of the most polluted cities in New Zealand, and the state of New Hampshire has an annual average of over 5,000 PCBs in its water.
There’s also a large population of Campuses on Lake Osawe, where more than 100,000 people are exposed to the toxic substance.
The lake is also home to the largest concentration of PCB contamination in the state.
In the city of Manchester, New Hampshire, the city has a much smaller population but is considered to have the most PCB contamination.
The state has also reported that Lake Osawa, a small lake that sits on the western shore of Lake Osoweto, is the most contaminated lake in North America.
The federal government has warned that Lake Oseweto has the highest PCB concentration in the United States, but officials have not yet officially determined how many PCBs are present in Lake Osowe.
Lake Osowa has also been linked to several other health issues, including the contamination of fish and shellfish.