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Marshfield and Adams have joined the list of Wisconsin cities that have shut down municipal wells due to PFAS contamination.
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The presence of PFAS chemicals in drinking water could be exposing thousands of Hoosiers to a series of adverse health conditions.
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Catch the latest updates on what’s happening with PFAS in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
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Finance Authority chief says Congress should consider funding changes to better address the state’s PFAS and lead issues.
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Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway wants to spend $425,000 to design a system to filter PFAS chemicals out of a city well.
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Researchers have found that a common wetland plant native to Australia can remove toxic “forever chemicals” from the surrounding environment.
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In this Q&A, the director of MSU’s Center for PFAS Research Cheryl Murphy discusses the state of PFAS research currently, and why the U.S. and Canada should work together.