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How do PFAS end up in drinking water?
Drinking water contamination can come from a number of different sources:
discharges from manufacturing facilities that use PFAS
discharges from wastewater treatment plants
water that percolates down through the soil around landfills
firefighting foams that run off into surface waters
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) maintains a of sites in Wisconsin with potential and confirmed PFAS contamination in soil and groundwater. Click here to open the interactive map.
What are PFAS?
Are PFAS a threat to human health?
How do you know if your water is contaminated?
How do you know if your water utility has tested?
Doesn't the government require all utilities to test?
Are there ways to reduce exposure to PFAS?
What if your water comes from a private well?
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