State Gets EPA Funding To Address 'Forever Chemicals' In Drinking Water

The Department of Environmental Protection will receive $1 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to address PFAS in drinking water sources.

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Scientist Discusses Drinking Water Contamination

PFAS, more commonly known as “forever chemicals," are manmade chemicals used in an array of industrial processes and consumer products, but linger in the environment and pose a risk to human health. Chris Schulz spoke with EWG Senior Scientist Tasha Stoiber about water contamination, its health risks, and possible solutions.

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USGS Needs More Data to Assess Water Impacts Around Gas Development

The U.S. Geological Survey says more data and research are necessary to best understand the potential risks to water quality in areas with unconventional…

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