‘Forever chemicals’ threaten drinking water across Kentucky

Source: https://wfpl.org/, June 15, 2022
By: Ryan Van Velzer

For years, environmental officials have said the levels of forever chemicals found in Kentucky drinking water were safe, but on Wednesday the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency revised that risk.

At least 38 drinking water systems in Kentucky, including Louisville, have levels of forever chemicals the EPA now considers to have adverse health impacts, according to a WFPL News analysis.  Read more.

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