‘This stuff won’t go away’: PFAS chemicals contaminate Wisconsin’s waterways and soil

PFAS chemicals in firefighting foam has contaminated waterways and private drinking wells in Wisconsin for decades. Between July and October, officials in nearby Eau Claire, Wisconsin shut down half its 16 municipal wells over PFAS contamination, and across the state PFAS have poisoned drinking water supplies, surface water in lakes and streams, air, soil and wildlife like deer and fish that are eaten by the state’s residents. Read the full story by The Guardian.

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Great Lakes Commission

Great Lakes Commission


Theresa Gruninger

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