Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District recently shared the results of its Phase 2 sampling and analysis of PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, in the local wastewater cycle.
PFAS are abundant in our society as it’s found in a wide variety of consumer products and industrial products, which means we all have a role to play in reducing PFAS in our air, water and soil.
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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has certified more than a dozen labs for PFAS analysis. These state-certified labs offer analysis of drinking water, wastewater, groundwater or solid waste tested for homes and businesses.
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.
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