Note: This is not legal advice! If you have legal questions, please consult a lawyer. All public water systems required to test for PFAS in drinking water, in other words all group A water systems, are advised to follow the link below and read the information and take note of the important dates and deadlines. Water systems have until December 4th to submit requests for exclusion from the settlement of the AFFF Multi-District Litigation No. 2873 (“MDL”) with Dupont, and until December 11th with 3M. Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) Product Liability Litigation (MDL 2873) – District Court for the District … Continue reading Public Water System Settlements
The dashboard shows data from PFAS water testing that is required under a 2021 state rule. Public water systems must test all active, permanent and seasonal sources of their water supply.
Water is tested after all water treatments are completed (such as disinfection) and before the source water is distributed to water customers. The dashboard includes results from each source tested within a water system. Continue reading PFAS Testing Results Dashboard
The Washington State Department of Ecology has updated the What’s In My Neighborhood (wa.gov) map to include the PFAS in drinking water sites in Island County that meet Ecology’s criteria for further investigation and cleanup. Visiting the site and clicking … Continue reading Ecology Map of PFAS in Island County