22021 Rate Case
No PFAS in Your Water
The world is full of acronyms—SUV, NFL, LOL, FBI—but in the world of water, the acronym people are talking about today is PFAS.
Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been used since the 1950’s—generally related to the industrial use of chemicals.
Thanks to years of protecting our watershed, PFAS have never been found in our drinking water. Due to the isolated nature of Floods Pond and the restricted activities allowed, sources of PFAS have never existed in or around the lake.