PFAS FAQs

What is PFAS?

Throughout the northeast and across the nation, state and local officials, health departments, and water utilities–including Aquarion—have focused their attention on a group of human-made chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

PFAS are a family of chemicals widely used since the 1950s to manufacture common consumer products, and are also used in firefighting foams. These substances have been detected in drinking waters, including public and private water supplies, bottled water, consumer products, food, and cookware. They have been linked to a variety of health risks, particularly in women who are pregnant or nursing, and in infants.

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Gilford Village System PFAS Sampling Results

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Lakeland System PFAS Sampling Results

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Rosebrook Water System PFAS Sampling Results

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Tioga-Belmont System PFAS Sampling Results

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White Rock Water System PFAS Sampling Results

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