Showing 31-34 of 34
California may be first to force water suppliers to notify customers of myriad toxic ‘forever chemicals’
31 Jul 2019 | Palm Springs Desert Sun
While New Hampshire and New Jersey require water districts to limit two PFAS chemicals and notify customers, California's law would mandate that consumers receive information about 5,000 of them, if they're detected.
19 Jul 2019 | City News Service (Scripps Media Inc.)
The US EPA announced that it awarded a $100,000 contract to 2W iTech, a San Diego-based technology company, to develop a low-cost method to identify trace amounts of perfluoroalkyl substances in water at a rate as small as 10 ppt.
Perfluorooctanoate and changes in anthropometric parameters with age in young girls in the Greater Cincinnati and San Francisco Bay Area
15 Jul 2019 | Int J Hyg Environ Health
PFOA is associated with decreased Body Mass Index and waist/height ratio in young girls.
Determinants of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in midlife women: Evidence of racial/ethnic and geographic differences in PFAS exposure
18 May 2019 | Environ. Res.
Exposure levels to PFOS, PFOA, and PFNA varies between race/ethnic groups and geographic location in an all women cohort study.