Through 2022, the District was engaged in phase 2 of its PFAS sampling plan. This provides preliminary results for PFOA and PFOS, two PFAS compounds.
Manufactured and used for more than 70 years, addressing the worldwide, human-made problem of PFAS requires a complex solutions, holistic and broad-based approach. Learn more about PFAS and past, present and future actions.
Treatment technologies for PFAS are rapidly evolving, but there is no feasible, large-scale treatment that is 100% effective in destroying PFAS or that is cost-effective for ratepayers. Upstream solutions like pollution prevention, product substitution and the like present a holistic, long-term and sustainable solution.