The Environmental Working Group has confirmed the presence of the toxic fluorinated compounds known as PFAS at almost 100 new sites. As of July 2019, at least 712 sites in 49 states are known to be contaminated.
Many of the new PFAS detections, obtained by EWG through searching an Air Force database, reported PFAS levels greater than 100,000 parts per trillion.
The new detections have been added to an interactive map developed by EWG and the Social Science Environmental Health Research Institute, at Northeastern University. The map documents publicly known pollution from PFAS chemicals nationwide, including public water systems, military bases, military and civilian airports, industrial plants, dumps and firefighter training sites. The map is the most comprehensive resource available to track PFAS pollution in the U.S.
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