Merrimack council hopes town will be part of national PFAS study
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A joint research project will be studying six locations throughout the country and their exposure to water contamination, and Merrimack officials are hoping that their town will be chosen as one of those locations.
“It is a very competitive process,” Laurene Allen of Merrimack Citizens for Clean Water told the town council.
Allen said she remains hopeful that Merrimack will be selected for the multi-site study of the health implications of exposure to PFAS-contaminated drinking water.