A lurking danger for R.I.’s drinking water

Alex Kuffner, Providence Journal

The Conservation Law Foundation and the Toxics Action Center in February petitioned the health department to adopt a state drinking-water standard for five of the most common PFAS substances. They recommended a total threshold for the five substances of 20 ppt — meaning that concentrations of all five together must be lower than that level.

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