Limits on PFAS in National Drinking Water

Strict limits on several so-called “forever chemicals” in drinking water, will require utilities to reduce PFAS to the lowest level that can be reliably measured. The goal is to reduce exposure for 100 million people and help prevent thousands of illnesses, including cancers.

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Scott Belcher

Scott Belcher (Project 3) spoke about PFAS accumulation in drinking water. “It’s that accumulation that’s the problem. Even tiny, tiny, tiny amounts each time you take a drink of water over your lifetime is going to keep adding up, leading to the health effects.” Read more HERE.