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31 Mar 2021 | Consumer Reports and the Guardian
A nine-month investigation by the Guardian and Consumer Reports found alarming levels of forever chemicals, arsenic and lead in samples taken across the US. Almost every sample tested had measurable levels of PFAS.
10 Mar 2021 | DCist
The results showed the chemicals were present at levels ranging from 5.5 ppt at one site in Fairfax County to 62.4 ppt at a site in Prince William County. Most drinking water in the D.C. region comes from the Potomac River, but in parts of Northern Virginia tap water also comes from the Occoquan Reservoir. Testings sites closer to the reservoir had higher PFAS numbers.
3 Feb 2020
During the Toxicology Forum on Monday, January 27, 2020, a session focused on the new methodologies in risk characterization of PFAS as well as challenges and opportunities in PFAS research.
PFAS Experts Symposium: Statements on regulatory policy, chemistry and analytics, toxicology, transport/fate, and remediation for per‐ and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination issues
23 Sep 2019 | Remediation
Sixty leading experts provide a consensus statement regarding issues concerning PFAS.