N.H. Sharply Lowers Proposed PFAS Water Limits, Now Among Nation’s Strictest

Read the full story from New Hampshire Public Radio.

State environmental officials on Friday proposed what would be some of the lowest limits in the country for four types of PFAS chemicals in public water supplies and groundwater.

The numbers are far lower than what the state originally had planned, and lower than the federal advice New Hampshire currently uses as law.

The proposals are now much closer to advice from the Centers for Disease Control, and to pending plans from states like Michigan and New Jersey.

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