News Feature | August 1, 2019

How PFAS Poses An Emerging Problem For Wastewater

Source: Aerzen
Wastewater Aeration

The intrusion of PFAS into source water supplies has grabbed the regulatory spotlight. As more scientists and health professionals raise concerns about the compounds — technically known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances — federal and state environmental agencies are under increasing pressure to impose limits for public protection.

Now, it seems that municipalities have another looming headache as PFAS is finding its way into wastewater.

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