Illinois to Test For PFAs in Drinking Water

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency announced on Sep. 14 that it plans to conduct a statewide investigation into the presence of per- and polyfluororalkyl substances (PFAs) in the state’s community water supply. PFA contamination has attracted media attention in recent years since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency established a federal Health Advisory for PFA’s in 2016.

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