Learn About PFAS

Throughout New England and across the nation, state and local officials, health departments, and water utilities, including Aquarion, have focused their attention on a group of man-made chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) that have been detected in drinking water. PFAS are widely used in consumer products (e.g. nonstick cookware, stain-resistant carpets) and have numerous industrial applications (e.g. firefighting foam). PFAS are pervasive and persistent once released into the environment.

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PFAS reports and FAQs for Aquarion's Connecticut water systems.

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PFAS reports and FAQs for Aquarion's Massachusetts water systems.

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PFAS reports and FAQs for Aquarion's New Hampshire water systems.

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