State adopts strict new standards on PFAS contamination
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New Hampshire is adopting tough new drinking water standards because of concerns about industrial contaminants found in water in different parts of the state.
Supporters of the new rules said nothing is more important than safe, clean drinking water, but others said it could come with a very high cost. The rules impose new standards for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, collectively called PFAS.