The District presented the results of its testing for PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, in the local wastewater cycle today. The results were as expected and fall below proposed standards and existing screening levels.
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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