State Mulls Stricter PFAS Limit Proposals, Extra Funding For Towns To Comply
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Public water system operators are worried about the cost of compliance with new state limits on PFAS chemicals in drinking water.
That was the message from lobbyists at a hearing on the proposals today in Concord.
The PFAS limits the state is proposing would require testing and treatment for the toxic chemicals at public water systems. The up-front cost could be at least $8 million total.