R.I. Health Department to test 50 water systems for toxic PFAS chemicals

PROVIDENCE – Next week, the R.I. Department of Health and Brown University will begin testing about 50 water sources, including public wells and licensed child care facility wells located within a half-mile of a fire station, seeking evidence of toxic industrial substances called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS. A list of the sites was…

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