News: PFAS and Drinking Water Safety

Despite what we know about PFAS, or ‘forever chemicals,’ they are still contaminating over 57,000 locations in the U.S. alone.

A vast majority of U.S. waterways are likely contaminated with ‘forever chemicals,’ a recent study found.

Addition of Experienced Teams at Precision Testing Laboratories and Precision Analytical Services Significantly Strengthens York’s NJ Presence

As of 2021, PFAS substances (also known as ‘forever chemicals’) have been banned in Connecticut, when it started the Aqueous Film-Forming Foam Take-Back program.  

“Sandy” lived next to what she thought was a Christmas tree farm.  It was, but it turns out that the site used to be a toxic dump. 

The “Forever Chemicals” crisis is escalating at an unprecedented rate and has far more significant health issues, remediation problems and cost implications for the country than we experienced with Asbestos.

Nyack-Based York Analytical Laboratories Purchases Connecticut Lab Aqua Environmental To Address Growing Concerns Over Water Contaminants

What's in my water? That's the question many homeowners are now asking as more information comes out concerning "forever chemicals" that have been found in multiple Hudson Valley drinking water sources.

The state extended its public review period as agencies weigh new guidelines to regulate multiple contaminants in New York waters.

PFAS chemicals are everywhere — woven into the fabrics of modern life as components of carpeting, clothing and cosmetics. They’re also in cookware, food packaging, drinking water and personal hygiene products.

A Nyack business has expanded to cope with increasing knowledge of and concern about the toxic "forever chemicals" known as PFAS, which have deeply contaminated sites around the country including on Long Island and in the Hudson Valley.

Media Coverage of Forever Chemicals in Drinking Water

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