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Holland lab first in Michigan to test for PFAS

« HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) — A West Michigan medical laboratory has become the first lab in the state testing for PFAS, a move that could save homeowners hundreds of dollars and weeks of waiting for test results. 200 mots de plus

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High PFAS levels spark well testing near Montcalm County landfill

« PIERSON, MI — The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is holding a public meeting after recent testing discovered fluorochemicals in the groundwater near a landfill where Wolverine World Wide  265 mots de plus

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GenX fluoroether taints water in wells near West Virginia Chemours plant

Related — EPA: Filters appear effective for GenX in water

« A fluoroether from a Chemours plant near Petersburg, W.Va., contaminates public and private well water in Ohio and West Virginia, U.S. 367 mots de plus

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PFAS chemicals found in Blenheim, NZ bore

« A second round of tests for firefighting foam contamination in Marlborough has found only one sample that exceeds the guidelines for drinking water.

That sample is from a bore that is not used for drinking water. 205 mots de plus

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Listen -- Interview with SSEHRI's Professor Phil Brown

https://pfasproject.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/180424genxstudy.mp3

« The first phase of a North Carolina State University water study on GenX is complete. Nearly every home whose tap water researchers tested last fall showed levels of GenX, and they found other perfluorinated chemicals as well. 343 mots de plus

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Class action lawsuit filed over Hyannis, MA well contamination

« BOSTON — Two law firms representing residents affected by the contaminated Hyannis water supply filed a class action lawsuit against several companies in U.S. District Court in Massachusetts last week seeking compensation for those who have fallen ill or experienced other negative effects from exposure to the water. 327 mots de plus

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Down the Drain with PFAS: The Latest on Testing, Measuring, and Mitigating Community Water Contamination

« This webinar is part of a series organized by CHE and the Boston University Superfund Research Program (BUSRP). Learn more about the  299 mots de plus

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