What’s next, now that N.H. officials have proposed among the strictest PFAS limits in the country?
By Laura Knoy | The Exchange (NHPR) | July 15, 2019
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“New restrictions on PFAS and what that means for Granite State communities. These chemicals have been found in public water supplies around the state. Used for decades in such products as Teflon and Gortex, they’ve been linked to serious health problems, spurring communities to take action, including lawsuits. Now, after intense pressure from community activists, New Hampshire officials have proposed some of the lowest PFAS limits in the country. We’ll find out what’s in store now, in terms of testing, following the health effects of these chemicals, and more.”
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