The EPA is adding 11 PFAS chemicals to a database to highlight how local authorities can remove them from drinking water, the agency announced Wednesday.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Drinking Water Treatability Database provides options for 37 per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances.
• The database is designed to provide water utilities and the public an overview of possible contaminants and the treatment processes that might remove them from drinking water.
• “As EPA scientists and researchers evaluate technologies to remove PFAS from drinking water, we believe it’s important to share this information,” Jennifer Orme-Zavaleta, EPA science adviser, said in a statement.
• The ...