Study: Water leaving wastewater treatment plants has more detectable PFAS than going in

Apr 13, 2022

PFAS compounds, the emerging contaminant "forever chemicals" raising public health and environmental alarms, are found in greater quantities in the treated water leaving Michigan wastewater treatment plants — the water returning to streams, rivers and lakes — than in the not-yet-treated water entering the plant, a new Western Michigan University study found.
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